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Alma Alexander


(Alma Hromic)
New Zealand (b.1963)

Alma A. Hromic (who now writes as Alma Alexander) was born in 1963 in Novi Sad, Yugoslavia, on the shores of the river Danube. Her father's employment with international aid agencies meant that the family spent twenty years living in various countries in Africa, including Zambia, Swaziland, and South Africa.

Educated in the United Kingdom and South Africa, Alma graduated from the University of Cape Town with an MSc in Microbiology in 1987. She quickly left the lab in order to write about it instead, and spent several years running a scientific journal for the Allergy Society of South Africa before she moved to New Zealand in 1994.
 
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Anghara Kir Hama
1. The Hidden Queen (2005)
2. Changer of Days (2005)
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Were Chronicles
1. Random (2014)
2. Wolf (2015)
3. Shifter (2016)
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