About . . .
I could not be Captain Cook. There
was no new island to discover. No lee shore
to step upon for the first time. No “Giants of
Patagonia” to entice the adventurous to a mystic
land in which one might discover Professor
In the news . . .
The corporate published They Flew into Oblivion is officially released Read More.
As you can see, my website is still undergoing its much needed facelift. The aircraft section of the Bermuda Triangle Database is a massive undertaking. Ships, so far, is in place. For the True Crime section, the rat in Jack the Ripper pages is bugging some, so it has to be moved. Some browsers are also having trouble with it. Zodiac’s section seems to be all right. But I have much to do with adding to it. This Spring I hope to be back at Gaviota at the Domingos/Edwards crime scene. Some of the friends and family have said they’ll come with me.
My books are also coming out for real, with 5 major releases upcoming. There is a lot of editing involved and a lot of promotion. Recasting Bigfoot will be first, then SOMA, then . . .I’m not sure. These aren’t my rinky-dink jobs I did (essentially as giveaways) because I love book design. These are coming out fully published with a sales force and a division of the giant Ingram distributing them. TFIO will even be in Home & Garden in a few months.
Challenger’s “Lost World” and find dinosaurs
on an isolated escarpment. But world mysteries
abounded. They captured the minds of
generations. Yet none were ever solved.
Hype and Hyperbole had obscured them for
decades. What was the truth behind them?
Who were the villains of great crime
sprees who had outwitted their pursuers?
The principles of investigative inquiry
could be seriously directed beyond
Special word. . .
I was very flattered by Randy’s little note to me in the copy he sent me that I thought I’d share it with everybody.
Due out March 5!
G.P. Putnam & Sons
biographies of Napoleon and the great events of the march of
history. I unintentionally became an ‘investigative historian’ of
the world’s most popular mysteries and unsolved crime
cases. Read More