Charlotte is the international correspondent for Cambridge Cable News (CCN), the same role that Christiane Amanpour has at CNN. She is widely respected and, as you can imagine, widely traveled. She is also the protagonist of the popular Charlotte Ansari Thrillers.
Charlotte’s career often takes her on assignment to the far reaches of the planet, and away from her 13-year-old son, who has Asperger’s Syndrome. In the first book, The Shekinah Legacy, we learn how Charlotte was abducted in 2007 by terrorists in Iraq while trying to gain an interview with a rebel leader — and how she was saved from beheading by a mysterious man who would haunt her for weeks to come. The wrenching event sets in motion a whirlwind treasure hunt through India and Kashmir as Charlotte and her gifted by emotionally-challenged son attempt to solve an ancient mystery and recover a relic that numerous shadowy organizations are desperate to claim.
When I published this first Charlotte Ansari thriller I dreamed of selling a thousand copies. It is now on nearly 200,000 Kindles and countless bookshelves.
Charlotte’s second adventure, Sons of Zadok, occurs five years later, in 2012, and much has changed. Her Asperger’s son has turned against her and left home for an unsavory career in a secret society of assassins. And Charlotte learns that the secret society she battled five years ago is just a small piece of a vast worldwide conspiracy that began 3500 years ago — and is looking to consolidate its global power during a long-expected event that Charlotte must somehow prevent. If only she knew what it was, and where it would occur.
Of the countless questions I’ve received from readers since the publication of The Shekinah Legacy, the most common is: What does Charlotte look like? And so, for the first time, I am presenting this CCN ad for Charlotte’s weekly TV show. This, my dear readers, is Charlotte Ansari.