“I was a child of crime not by choice but by birthright. Crime was our family business. As the daughter of a notorious bookie/endorphin junkie and a trigger-happy alcoholic mother, my childhood was rife with police raids, scandal, domestic madness, and a line-up of characters that, according to a Pittsburgh Post-Gazette review, ‘could have walked straight out of an Elmore Leonard novel.’”
Heather is a current nominee for Georgia Author of the Year in the memoir category alongside President Jimmy Carter and she has just finished co-writing a screenplay based on her memoirs. Heather holds a BA and MA in Religious Studies from Georgia State University. She is currently working on her first fiction novel.
Originally from Western Pennsylvania, Heather has called Atlanta home for more than 25 years. She and her husband, Teo Sagisman, made Huntley Hills their home in 1998.
The books are listed on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Bookies-Daughter-Heather-Abraham/dp/0983863512.