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Abramson, Traci Hunter



  • Existence: 1967-

Biographical history

Traci Hunter Abramson (b. 1967) is an Mormon author.

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
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