Double Exposure


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Ten16 Press
Publish Date
5.5 X 8.5 X 0.91 inches | 1.13 pounds

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About the Author

A former English professor at Rochester Institute of Technology, Jeannée Sacken is now a photojournalist who travels the world, documenting the lives of women and children. She also photographs wildlife and is deeply committed to the conservation of endangered species. When not traveling, she lives with her husband and three cats in Shorewood, Wisconsin, where she's hard at work on the next novel in the award-winning Annie Hawkins series. Follow Jeannée at


"This high-intensity story with even higher stakes has a female protagonist that is relatable in her struggles, but also a role model in her convictions. With a close connection to the military, this story encapsulates the intricacies of correspondents and the struggles of PTSD and nightmares after being embedded in a war zone. Readers will enjoy this refreshing take of a female central character in a mostly male-dominated genre." -Booklist

". . . Annie Hawkins Green is without a doubt currently my favorite badass woman. She is smart, strong, gutsy, and kind, but at the same time flawed, with emotions (and lingering PTSD) that cause some of her decisions to take her into situations that range from mildly upsetting to life-threateningly dangerous. . . . Sacken's prose is brilliant." -Patricia Sands, author of the best-selling Love in Provence series

"Jeannée Sacken has done it again. A well-researched story and intriguing suspense that grips you till the end." -Kathryn Gauci, best-selling author of The Secret of the Grand Hôtel du Lac

"Captivating, fast-paced, and unsettling, Double Exposure is a story of strength, love, perseverance, and resilience. Chock-full of raw emotion and visceral pain, it made me weep then rage at the plight of females in Afghanistan." -Laurie Buchanan, author of the Sean McPherson novels

"With smart narration, nuanced characters, and thought-provoking situations reminiscent of Hosseini's A Thousand Splendid Suns, Sacken brilliantly explores the story of Annie Hawkins, a photojournalist torn between the needs of her teenage daughter back home and her own deep-seated desire to change the lives of the women in a small Afghan village." -Maggie Smith, author of Truth and Other Lies

"Double Exposure thrusts the reader into full-out romantic suspense. Not only is the tension high and the immersion visceral, but the romance is deeply emotional (I fell hard for Cerelli)." -Jennifer Trethewey, author of historical romance

"A superbly crafted and thrilling sequel with enough twists and turns to keep you riveted right up to the tension-filled finale. Jeannée Sacken captures the beauty and complexity of Afghanistan through the eyes and lens of Annie Hawkins-always with a tough, yet tender touch." -Debra Thomas, Sarton Award winner of Luz

"This is an intense read that focuses on the inner strength of women, the power of profound friendships, the love that aids survival during the hardest moments in life, and appreciation for one another despite cultural and religious divides. . . . Hopefully, the saga of war photojournalist Annie continues beyond Double Exposure." -Heba Elkobaitry, Muslim Cultural Advisement Consultant