Beth Bollinger is a literature major turned lawyer. She was born in Wisconsin in 1961, and grew up in California and Arizona. She lived abroad in England and Japan, and spent a year in Wyoming as a news reporter before moving to Washington, D.C., for law school. Beth moved to Spokane, Washington in 1994 to work at the federal public defender’s office and presumed that she would return to the “other Washington” after completing her two-year
contract. Instead she stayed in Spokane, opened up her own law practice, and started writing.
Beth is the co-author of the first edition of “Keys To Career Success,” a community college textbook on choosing careers. “Until The End Of The Ninth” is her first novel.
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