Author, Author!

Patrick, my Norwegian Forest cat muse

Patrick, my Nor­we­gian For­est cat muse

John Gor­don has trav­eled the world as an award-win­ning doc­u­men­tary script-writer, cam­era­man, and pro­duc­er. He writes nov­els about mur­der and sleuthing as if he’s been there and done that, too!   Like John’s Mas­ter Gar­den­er and tal­ent­ed ama­teur sleuth, Pene­lope Sum­mers, John was a pub­lic affairs offi­cer in the Navy and knows a thing or two about gar­den design.

John’s first book, Katelyn’s Killer, was pub­lished in May 2017. It’s avail­able every­where books are sold as well as at Ama­zon.  His sec­ond, The Body in the Brantleigh Glen, will be pub­lished in the spring of 2018!  That sto­ry fol­lows Pen­ny and her land­scape design pro­fes­sor to Hen­der­son Coun­ty North Car­oli­na to vis­it Fred­er­ick Law Olmsted’s last res­i­den­tial land­scape design at Brantleigh Manor.

In Penny’s third mys­tery, “A Sar­don­ic Death,” she’s back home in Annapo­lis try­ing to learn how her mother’s new hus­band died.

Vis­it again soon for updates!

 


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Author, Author! — 2 Comments

  1. Hel­lo!

    We are very inter­est­ed in host­ing you for a sign­ing at the Barnes and Noble in the Asheville Mall. Please email or call to let us know if you might be avail­able for our next big author event in Feb­ru­ary.

    Thanks!

    Rebec­ca
    crm2347@bn.com
    828–296-7335

  2. Hi John,
    I couldn’t find your per­son­al email. Please send an ARC copy of your sec­ond Pen­ny Sum­mers Mys­tery to 1625 Downs Cross­ing St. Mt. GA 30388 and give me your address; I’ll send you a copy of “Anoth­er Kind of Hero” for review.

    I’m look­ing for­ward to a good read.

    Thanks,

    Lynn
    lynnhesse@aol.com
    770 498‑6729
    770 633‑4788

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