#Top5 Strangest Things Researched with Allison B. Hanson




  1. Did they have condoms during World War II?


Answer: Yes. But you probably shouldn’t trust one left over from back then.


  1. Secret underground military installations.


Note to FBI: I swear it was book research, but it’s great to be back on your watch list.


  1. What planet did the Ewoks live on?


Answer: Endor. Though I ditched the line in the book since it was obviously not common knowledge.


  1. What’s the best way to send a message that can’t be hacked?


Answer: Fax. The under-rated communication device. And you thought they were only good for vacation offers.


  1. How much could you end up paying for a designer necktie?


Answer: $600.00! For just a tie! And yes, I do know I’ve left items in my cart. No, I won’t be purchasing that. Unless… it comes with the guy modeling it.


Check out Allison’s new release Wanted for Life!


Deputy Marshal Angel Larson has been set up and accused of murder. On the run, desperate to stay one step ahead of the law and the real killer, she turns to a former protectee in a small town—the man who’s haunted her dreams…and fantasies…ever since.

Former DEA agent Colton Williamson misses the action of his past life since entering witness protection as a high school math teacher. He also misses Angel, who refused to join him in his new life. Now it’s Angel who’s in trouble, and Colton can’t help but be there for her—before it’s too late.

But the killer may be closer to them than they think.







One very early morning, Allison B. Hanson woke up with a conversation going on in her head. It wasn’t so much a dream as being forced awake by her imagination. Unable to go back to sleep, she gave in, went to the computer, and began writing. Years later it still hasn’t stopped. Allison lives near Hershey, Pennsylvania. Her contemporary romances include paranormal, sci-fi, fantasy, and mystery suspense. She enjoys candy immensely, as well as long motorcycle rides, running and reading.






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