About Melissa Wren

Author Melissa Wren brings a background in journalism and over four years of experience living in the heart of Washington, D.C. to this dark, suspenseful, psychological thriller set among the political intrigue of the nation’s capitol.

After gaining her B.A. in broadcast journalism from Texas Tech University in 1998, Melissa Wren moved abroad to London, England and began her career in advertising, which eventually took her to Dallas, Texas and then to Monterey, California. After over four years on the West Coast, she relocated to Washington, D.C. to work in communications and with the press for a government agency for four more years.

Wren recognized her God-given passion for creating stories at an early age, finishing her first novel when she was 12 years old. During her time in the nation’s capital, she wrote the psychological thriller Serial Vengeance, joining such organizations as Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, Washington Independent Writers and Thriller Writers of America.

She currently lives in her hometown of Granbury, Texas, and works as a freelance writer and editor for hire, penning anything from professional business copy, human-interest stories, magazine articles, poetry, creative fiction to non-fiction. She’s currently a member of the National Association of Professional Women (NAPW) and American Independent Writers.

Wren also compiled Cancer Chronicles: One Man’s Journey to Glorify God Through Illness. Wren lives in a quaint rock cabin off the historical town square in Granbury, Texas with her two spoiled and quirky Yorkies, Emmaline and Oliver. She’s surrounded by family, friends and books and loves dining out for Mexican food.


SERIAL VENGEANCE: A serial killer is hunting high-profile victims in Washington, D.C., and a famous reporter is willing to put her life in jeopardy to break the story of her career...and to find out how her stalker and her missing best friend are connected to these murders.

Melissa Wren’s Books

Serial Vengeance

If it were just one or two high-profile adulterers committing suicide in the heart of Washington, D.C., it wouldn’t be much of a story. But it keeps happening. And their suicide notes all say the same thing: “I deserve to die.” Grieving her stillborn son, and reeling from the mysterious disappearance of her best friend… [Read More]

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