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March comes in like a lion... a Literary Lion. Bring on the Authors!


Jennifer Kincheloe grew up in California, playing on Ventura beaches, and spent her twenties running on the sand in Santa Barbara. She has a Masters degree in Public Health from Loma Linda University and a PhD in Health Services from UCLA, and adores developing complex statistical models.  She was on the faculty at UCLA, where she spent 11 years conducting research to inform health policy. She loves Los Angeles, yoga, her writer’s group, and traveling off the beaten path in places like Ethiopia and Papua New Guinea.  She lives in Denver, Colorado with her husband, two children, dog, and cat. Currently, she is busy writing books two and three in the Anna Blanc detective series.


John A. Connell is the author of Ruins of War and SPOILS OF VICTORY, the first two books in the Mason Collins series. He was born in Atlanta, where he earned a BA in Anthropology, and has been a jazz pianist, a stock boy in a brassiere factory, a machinist, repairer of newspaper racks, and a printing-press operator. He has worked as a cameraman on films such as Jurassic Park and Thelma & Louise and on TV shows including The Practice and NYPD Blue. He now lives with his wife in Madrid, Spain, where he is at work on his third Mason Collins novel. Visit him online at johnconnellauthor.com.

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Author, psychotherapist, and Professor Emeritus at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He has authored thirty nonfiction books, has been translated into thirteen languages, and has had articles in over one-hundred journals and magazines.
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