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Abramson, Traci Hunter



  • Existence: 1967-

Biographical history

Traci Hunter Abramson (b. 1967) is an author and member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Traci Abramson was born in 1967 in Arizona. She studied at Brigham Young University in Utah and then moved to Virginia. She worked as a finance officer for the Central Intelligence Agency for several years. She has written many titles, including the Saint Squad series and the Royal series.

I don't do pie crusts, c2001:t.p. (Tracy Hunter Abramson)

Under currents, c2004:t.p. (Traci Hunter Abramson), Apr. 14, 2004:image of t.p. of I don't do pie crusts (Traci Hunter Abramson)

Backlash, c2010:t.p.(Traci Hunter Abramson) inside back cover (Originally from Arizona, Traci Hunter Abramson spent past two decades living in Virginia; graduate of Brigham Young University; worked six years Central Intelligence Agency; writer; coach North Stafford High School swim team; resides currently in Stafford, Virginia)

UPB files, October 20, 2017 (born 1967)

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Traci Abramson papers

 Collection — Box 1: [Barcode: 31197239244574]
Identifier: MSS 9036
Scope and Contents

Contains draft manuscripts, correspondence, notes, and a calendar for multiple novels written by Mormon author Traci Abramson in Stafford, Virginia. Titles of her novels include: Undercurrents (2004), Ripple Effect (2005), The Deep End (2007), Royal series (2008-2016), Saint Squad series (2009-2010), "Hunted," Lock and Key (2013), Drop Zone (2014), "Quinn," Chances Are (2014), A Chance for Home (2017). Materials dated 1999-2017, bulk dates 2007-2016.

Dates: approximately 1999-2017; Majority of material found within 2007-2016