Caroline Giammanco is an author, educator, and criminal justice reform advocate. She grew up on a farm in the Ozark Mountains of southern Missouri. After high school, she attended the University of Arizona in Tucson, earning a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. She later completed the post-baccalaureate education program at the University of Arizona. She has taught English in public schools for over twenty years in Arizona, New Mexico and now Missouri. She is She is the mother of two sons, Rick and Kevin, and is active in the lives of Keith’s children, Marissa and Elise. She is married to the love of her life, Keith Giammanco.
Caroline, who has three published non-fiction titles to her credit, joins Tuscany Bay Books with her first effort in fiction, Into The Night, an anthology of science fiction and paranormal stories sure to keep you awake with the lights on all night long. Into The Night releases on August 17th.
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Bank Notes, her first book, follows the journey of the middle class, single father of twins, who was a successful independent stock options trader before falling on hard economic times during the Great Recession. He becomes known as the Boonie Hat Bandit as he delves into a year-long double life of loving father and notorious bank robber.
Her second release, Guilty Hearts, gives readers an inside look into the seldom understood world of prison relationships. What makes a woman stay with a man who is behind bars? The answers may surprise you, and the success of those relationships may mean the difference between life and death for you or a loved one.
Her third non-fiction book, Inside the Death Fences, is an expose of the corruption that permeates the United States prison system. Told through her own shocking experiences as a teacher inside a maximum-security men’s prison, her eye-opening true story will make readers rethink what they thought they knew about the world of corrections.