As a recovered alcoholic, I wanted to play devil’s advocate and try to show how Edgar Allan Poe may have been sober (and murdered) when he died in 1849 at Baltimore, Maryland. The result was Forevermore, the first mystery in the popular Detective Pat O’Malley Historical and Steampunk Mystery Series. To my delight, this first mystery has garnered much praise. It was awarded the First Place Award in the Historical Mystery category in Chanticleer’s Clue Mystery competition, and it was a Finalist in the Best Digital Fiction Category of the Next Generation Book Awards. It was also selected by readers as the Book Club Choice at the international Noveltunity web site, and as a “book of the week” choice at Publishers Weekly’s BookWorks.com.
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I am a retired college English professor living in San Diego. My wife, Ellen, passed on September 3, 2017, from Lewy Body Dementia. We have two Siamese cats and a son, Ari, living with us. My wife is my editor and my son is my illustrator. I write all kinds of fiction and non-fiction, and I’ve been doing it for over 20 years in one form or another. I have been a finalist in a variety of fiction contests, including the Bram Stoker Awards for Horror. I currently enjoy writing a steampunk mystery and fantasy series called the Detective Pat O’Malley series.