Pamela Bauer Mueller. An award-winning author of books for children and adults, Pamela makes her home on Jekyll Island. Over the last decade, she has written and published eight books of fiction and won three Georgia Author of the Year Awards (2006, 2008 and 2009) and she received the Order of the South award. She also received three “Mom's Choice Awards” and is a silver medal winner of the Independent Publisher Book Awards. Her work includes three historical novels: Neptune’s Honor, An Angry Drum Echoed, and Splendid Isolation. She visits the Guild to talk about her latest book A Shadow of Hope: The Story of Dr. Samuel A. Mudd. Mudd, a simple country doctor, found himself caught up in the vagaries of history, loss, betrayal and unimaginable deprivation. He paid the consequences for treating the broken leg of President Lincoln’s assassin, an unjust conviction based on political expedience, and imprisonment in Fort Jefferson on a remote island in the Gulf of Mexico.
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