Jodie Larsen came to a turning point in her life in 1992 when one of her children was diagnosed with a learning disability. After attaining success as a CPA for over fifteen years in corporate America, she realized that she had achieved her accounting career goals and was ready to move on to new challenges in an environment that would allow her to spend more time at home.
During the hours the children were in school, she sought an outlet for her creative energies and also a way to contribute to the community in a meaningful way. Always an avid reader, writing seemed the natural choice for her second career. Within weeks, Jodie realized she had found her true love. A talented, prolific author, Jodie Larsen is currently at work on her eigth novel. Her record-breaking first book Deadly Company, is a medical thriller set in Tulsa, Ok. Her second novel, Deadly Silence, explores the seedy underworld of child kidnapping. Sisters & Secrets - a novel written with three other nationally bestselling authors - combines humor, romance, and suspense. Larsen's fourth novel, Deadly Rescue, chillingly recounts a tale of corporate espionage.
          Volunteering at area schools, Jodie encourages children to explore their writing talents. She also enjoys speaking to adults about following their dreams, even if they may seem unattainable. As a spokesperson for the American Lung Association Jodie shares her experiences and attitudes as an asthmatic runner, encouraging people afflicted with lung diseases to live life to its fullest every single day. She also is an avid supporter of the Tulsa City County Library System as well as the coach of Jenks Rage!, an under-14 girl's soccer team.
          Jodie graduated from Oklahoma State University with a degree in Accounting. She is a native of Tulsa, Oklahoma where she currently resides with her husband and two children.

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