I was a journalist with United Press International, a telecommunications executive with MCI and Pocket Communications, and a bookseller (Basset Books LLC). I also had some experience in university public relations with Johns Hopkins and media relations in the office of the Governor of Maryland. From time to time I have done some business consulting, usually writing, or analyzing business plans. Even though I was admitted to the Bar in Maryland, I never practiced law. I am a graduate of The Johns Hopkins University and the University of Baltimore School of Law. My wife, Jan, and I live in Columbia, MD. We have a daughter, Cary, who lives in Portland, OR with her husband, Christopher.
I have self-published two novels, A Light Not of This World, and Seneca Point, A Brandon Webster Mystery. I hope my third novel, The Blue Girl Murders, will be commercially published.
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