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John Wasowicz

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John Wasowicz, a seasoned attorney, is the author of the Mo Katz mystery series, including Slaters Lane (2020), Jones Point (2019), and Daingerfield Island (2017). The books feature fictional U.S. Attorney Mo Katz and are set in Alexandria, VA. Wasowicz has over 35 years of legal experience, including work as a state prosecutor and a criminal defense attorney.

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John Wasowicz Dena: I enjoy Louise Penny but I didn’t get the idea from FINE, at least not consciously. I thought of Landry as a reckless rocket man, hence the ICBM…moreDena: I enjoy Louise Penny but I didn’t get the idea from FINE, at least not consciously. I thought of Landry as a reckless rocket man, hence the ICBM. JP is Book 2 of the series. The order is Daingerfield Island, JP, Slaters Lane, and Roaches Run. If you send a mailing address to my email account (wazwitz@yahoo.com), I will sign and mail you a courtesy copy of one of those books, whichever one you prefer. Gadsby’s Corner will be out this year. Take care. JW (less)
John Wasowicz Mike: I just finished “Slaters Lane,” a Mo Katz mystery that takes place in April 2020 in the height of the coronavirus. Katz & Co. solve it by using …moreMike: I just finished “Slaters Lane,” a Mo Katz mystery that takes place in April 2020 in the height of the coronavirus. Katz & Co. solve it by using phones, virtual searches, computers, and conference calls. It’s being proofed as we speak. The cover art is being finalized. I’m searching for a narrator; contacted Signature Theater this morning. Hopefully we’ll get it published this summer. Thanks for asking and stay in touch. (less)
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