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Kent Holloway

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Jim Butcher, Neil Gaiman, Douglas Preston, Tolkien, Jeremy Robinson

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February 2010


International bestselling author Kent Holloway lives on death. Literally. With more than twenty-two years’ experience in forensic death investigations, he’s seen it all. Experienced the worst that life has to give and never let it dim his sense of wonder or humor. Now, he brings all this experience, along with a zeal for uncovering the folklore and superstitions of death, to the written page as author of mysteries, forensic crime fiction, and paranormal thrillers!

He is the author of six paranormal thrillers, including his highly acclaimed Ezekiel Crane series, as well as his forensic thriller, CLEAN EXIT. He’s also written his first installment of the Baron Tombstone adventures—a series that steps directly into the world of the dead—in the
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Kent Holloway I’m a forensic death investigator, so this question is kind of unfair. Any day on my job could be used for the plot of a mystery novel. As a matter of…moreI’m a forensic death investigator, so this question is kind of unfair. Any day on my job could be used for the plot of a mystery novel. As a matter of fact, I’ve used some real life cases for inspiration for a few of my mysteries.(less)
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Let Me Introduce You to…the Bro’zy Mystery!

Last week, on Facebook, I lamented the sad reality that men seemed to have very little presence in modern day cozy mysteries. Oh, there’s a few men writing cozies out there. But many of them are using female or gender-neutral pseudonyms, and writing female sleuths. Why? Because historically speaking, men don’t read cozy mysteries. The audience is predominantly female.


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I’m a huge fan of old Hollywood mysteries. You know, the old black and white ones. Pretty much anything that stars William Powell, actually. And if he hadn’t retired from acting at a relatively young age, I could totall
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“after all, no longer a child and despised being treated as such. Besides, she of all people had nothing at all to fear from the Djinn. But of course, her”
J. Kent Holloway, The Djinn

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