C. C. Harrison lives in Anthem, Arizona. She is the author of hundreds of articles and short stories. When she's not writing, reading, or working out at the gym, she can be found in the mountains of Colorado or in some far-flung corner of the Southwest.
She has won national recognition with her suspense novels.
THE CHARMSTONE was voted 2008 Golden Quill's Best Romantic Suspense and Best First Book, and was a Colorado Award of Excellence finalist. Tony Hillerman called it "a valuable book."
Her award winning mystery RUNNING FROM STRANGERS was a 2009 National Readers Choice finalist.
SAGE CANE'S HOUSE OF GRACE AND FAVOR (written as Christy Hubbard) was honored at Aspen Institute's Summer Words Literary Festival as a 2010 Colorado Book Award finalist.
PICTURE OF LIES was the 2012 Next Generation Indie Book Suspense Winner.