Excerpts From Books

Milam Propst and Jackie White travel Georgia, following Sherman's route.
Jackie White takes a break from murder and mayhem to share her love of the helpful plants.
The story of W.L. "Young"Stribling, prizefighter in the 1920s, who lived fast and died tragically young at the age of 28.
Southern murder mystery
Concurrent stories, one in the past and one in present day, of loss and recovery,plus a 150 year old murder mystery.
The story of a Georgia philanthropist
The Story of the Legacy of Emily Fisher Crum and Remer Hamilton Crum
True Crime
The Disappearance of Haley Hardwick
Voodoo, Murder and the Case of Anjette Lyles


Jaclyn Weldon White was born, raised and has lived all her life in the South. She was a police officer for six years. As a patrolman she investigated street crimes and traffic offenses. She worked for four years as a detective with the same department, investigating murders, sex crimes, burglaries and other offenses. She left police work to take a position as administrator for a large metropolitan Atlanta juvenile court, a position she held for sixteen years.

She is the author of eight books and numerous articles which have appeared in local and regional magazines. Two of her books have become Mercer Press bestsellers.

White is an avid cook and herb gardener, and designs and makes her own line of kiln-fired silver jewelry. She also enjoys genealogical research. She has three living children and seven grandchildren. White shares her Hoschton, Georgia, home with three cats, two of which were planned.

Jackie and husband Carl on Achill Island, Ireland

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