Caller ID Press Release

Rachelle J. Christensen announces the release of her new book Caller ID

3/12/12 ““ PROVO, UT ““ Author Rachelle J. Christensen announces the release of her new book Caller ID, available on March 13, 2012 at, and Deseret Book.

Christensen’s thriller recounts the kidnapping of twenty-three year old Courtney Beckam, the daughter of a wealthy land developer, who stumbles upon an illegal drug operation in the mountains near her home.

When Courtney catches a glimpse of the number on her kidnapper’s Caller ID, it turns her world upside down. Special agent Jason Edwards of the FBI is called in to handle the case, but while investigating the $10 million dollar ransom, realizes that there’s more going on than just a kidnapping.

“I wanted to write a book based on actual crimes seen in the news,” Christensen said. “I gave my story a twist by exploring the power of secrets. How often does a secret change our relationship with someone? Are the people we think we know really who they say they are?”

Christensen said she wanted to focus on realistic crime, and so she did research before writing the book on patterns of crime in Utah, using the news as a source.


“I took actual documented stories from my local news, such as the production of illegal drugs when I wrote this book, adding a shocking twist fans of mystery and suspense will love,” Christensen said.


Advance Praise

“Fans of award-winning author Rachelle Christensen will be standing in line for her latest release, ‘Caller ID.’ With tension, action, danger, and definite hints of romance, this book represents everything we love to read.”

– Tristi Pinkston, author of Secret Sisters Mysteries


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About the Author

Rachelle is a mother of four cute kids. She has an amazing husband, three cats, and five chickens. Her first novel, Wrong Number was awarded Outstanding Book of the Year from the League of Utah Writers and was also a 2010 Whitney Finalist. She is also the author of a nonfiction book, Lost Children: Coping with Miscarriage for Latter Day Saints. She is a graduate of Utah State University, graduating cum laude with a bachelor’s in Psychology and a minor in music. Rachelle enjoys singing and songwriting, playing the piano, running, motivational speaking, and of course reading. to learn more about upcoming books.