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Book Title: Crow's Feat|
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Edition: Bell Bridge Books
Date of issue: July 31st 2012
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The author of the book: Ken Casper
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Read full description of the books Crow's Feat:Jason remembers Colonel Bartholomew as a loudmouthed bigot and a drunk. Now the Colonel’s been found dead with a knife in his back, and the Texas police think someone in Jason’s family killed him. Jason Crow, double amputee and Vietnam War vet, has good reason to dislike the retired officer who bad-mouthed Jason’s father and his African American business partner. But when Bartholomew calls late one night with a mysterious request that Jason come by his house, then turns up dead, Jason has to set his feelings aside.Clyde Burker, his old police nemesis and now head of the homicide division, doesn’t want Jason meddling in yet another murder investigation, but Jason won’t stay on the sidelines when Burker points a finger at Jason’s own loved ones. As pieces of the truth begin to fall into place, Jason may well hold the key to unlocking the dangerous puzzle. CROW’S FEAT is the second book in Ken Casper’s Jason Crow West Texas Mystery Series, giving readers another glimpse into the world of one of mystery fiction's most intriguing and unique crime solvers
Read information about the authorKen Casper was born and raised in New York City. After graduating from Fordham University with a degree in Russian, he joined the Air Force, was stationed in the Far East, served in Vietnam, and lived five years in Germany. He also earned a Master's degree in Education from the University of Southern California. Ken retired from more than 33 years of government service in September '97.
Now a transplanted Texan. He and Mary, his wife of 34 years, own a horse farm in San Angelo. Along with their Border Collie, Chief, they have a Golden Retriever, Casey, two house cats, four barn cats and eight horses. They also board and breed horses and Mary teaches English riding. She's a therapeutic riding instructor for the handicapped, as well.
Life is never dull. Their two granddaughters visit several times a year and feel right at home with the Casper menagerie. Grampa and Mimi do everything they can to make sure their visits to Little Oaks Farm will be lifelong fond memories. After all, isn't that what grandparents are for?
Ken figures his writing career probably started in the sixth grade when he was ordered by a teacher to write a "theme" explaining his misbehavior over the previous semester. To his teacher's chagrin, he enjoyed stringing just the right words together to justify his less than stellar performance. Fortunately, she forgave him.
Since then, he's had short stories published in a popular men's magazine and was working on a mystery when his critique partners, three romance writers, suggested he try their genre. He had his doubts ("Me? Write romance? Are you kidding?), but he decided to give it a try, anyway. His first-chapter romance submission won honorable mention at the Southwest Writers' Workshop contest in 1993. Ken revised it...and revised it, then entered the Golden Triangle Writers' Guild contest in '95. This time he took first place in both mystery and romance. The romance entry later became his first sale to Harlequin Superromance. A MAN CALLED JESSE was published in October '98. Since then he's written more than a dozen other Superromances, including the First Family of Texas series, contributed to two trilogies, a six-book series set in the police department of Houston, Texas, and he's currently involved in a five-book series set in the beautiful hill country of central Texas. His October 2003 Super, THE WOMAN IN THE NEWS, was a Holt Medallion finalist.
Ken Casper previously wrote as K.N. Casper
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