P.M Richter

Pamela Mary is an author living in West Hollywood California. She has a degree in Psychology, from Northridge State University. She has worked as a property manager for Nansay, Corp. a multi-national corporation, been a dance teacher for Arthur Murray and Fred Astaire Dance Studios. She has four novels. The Living Image The Necromancer Midnight Reflections Trifecta Deadly Memories.
Comments and questions are welcome at:
pam.richter @ hotmail.com
Twitter:  @pmraven
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Deadly Memories


DEADLY MEMORIES – What she can’t remember might kill her…


“She doesn’t remember a thing,” Rolph snapped into the phone.

Andrea froze. His back was turned away from her. He didn’t know she was there, listening.

“It’s been six months, for God’s sake. If you harm one hair on her head, I’ll contact the authorities. My father would be disgraced, but that will not deter me.”

Now Andrea couldn’t move. There was no doubt Rolph was talking about her. She wondered how his father, the French Ambassador, could be disgraced.

His voice modulated to a threatening whisper. “This is the end. Otherwise she goes directly into protective custody, and I spill my guts. You’ve lied to me, made me into a damned traitor, and I’m angry enough to do it out of spite.”

Now Andrea knew there were secrets he was keeping from her. What did he mean about protective custody? Was she in danger? The one blank spot in her mind was a mysterious car crash. She didn’t know how she had landed at the bottom of a cliff in the Santa Monica mountains of Los Angeles. She remembered the fabulous party in Beverly Hills that night, but try as she might, she couldn’t remember the sequence of events leading to the accident.

Rolph’s last words chilled her, “I have nothing to lose. I’m a dead man.”



The Living Image


THE LIVING IMAGE – deadly, dangerous double….

Sabrina Miller, a fashion designer in Los Angeles, is stunned when she meets Eve, her own double. The shock turns to terror when she learns that her duplicate was enhanced by a scientist and that there are people intent on killing her to protect their new secret creation. The CIA wants to study her. The Russians wants to abduct her for the technology. The Japanese don’t care if they have to tear the woman to pieces–they want to know how she was made

Sabrina flees with the woman as news about a potential new secret weapon for the Defense Department is leaked. An international race begins to acquire the woman, a molecular clone of Sabrina’s brain and body, but dramatically changed through advanced computer engineering.


The Necromancer

The Necromancer

THE NECROMANCER –  She picked the worst guy to have an affair with! –  Evil stalks in Hawaii

Michelle was brutally attacked in her locked hotel room in Las Vegas. The police didn’t believe her and thought she must have lured a man up to her hotel room for a little sexual adventure, which went dangerously out of control.
Michelle sustained visible scars from the terrifying and almost lethal attack, but pure fear motivated the move from her home in California to Hawaii. She’s scared her attacker will come back. She’s sure the next time he’ll kill her. Now she has a successful career and she figures abstinence is an acceptable, if lonely, way to live.Michelle decides that an affair with a wickedly handsome man who moves into her building might cure her of the humiliating, embarrassing, and uncontrollable anxiety attacks which plague her whenever she finds herself alone with a man.How could she know that she made the worst possible choice?Omar Satinov, the man Michelle has chosen, is a secret, whispered legend across several continents. His lure is a mystical religion based upon Witchcraft; his hook, the addictive herbal products he sells his followers. But does he really have supernatural powers, as many of his disciples believe?

What Other’s Are Saying About Deadly Memories

“This carefully sculpted story did not disappoint; it is infused with romance, friendship, challenges, tragedy, mystery, conspiracy, despair, hope, and danger, all leading to a suspenseful showdown.” – LuvMyKindle

“I got lost in the book feeling the intensity of it being well written.” – Terri Wallace

What Other’s Are Saying About The Living Image

“This author skilfully blends science with plausible fiction to create an exciting and credible story.” – Mrs. S.A Blane

“Pamela Richter has created an exciting read that jumps from the starting gate. She has an incredible grasp of emotions, humor, and action.” – Jeffery D. Platt

What Other’s Are Saying About The Necromancer 

“This book had no filler in it; every last bit had to do with the plot and was very interesting. All in all it was a very good EXCITING read that I could not put down! When all the characters above come together is just makes for a quirky, scary, exciting, passionate, fun read!” – Jennifer Dean
“This author writes with authority, whether describing a traumatic emotional event, a physical challenge (the swim through the waves to Kauai, helping to drag the professor to the beach is vivid and graphic) or a love scene. Her scenes are never over-done but the action is always authentic.” – Mrs. S.A Blane
Other Books by P.M Richter
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  1. Pam Richter says:

    Thanks to Ashley for her hard work putting the wonderful gift for Wounded Warriors together. And also thanks for all the work in getting this site together. I’m going to go tweet and put it on my Face Book. Pam

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