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At Tulane University (B.A., English major, 1977) and at Louisiana State University (M.A., English, 1980), Fox discovered the real value of a good liberal-arts education: learning how to learn. Later, for more than a decade, he worked at the Alexandria NBC television affiliate, in various creative and managerial capacities. Here, he honed his writing skills under the pressure of constant deadlines.
He's been writing, in one way or another, all of his adult life. When he discovered the wonders of genealogy, he knew he was onto something that could be the stuff of great mystery fiction. Fox continues to study extensively in the field of family history, both in a personal quest to trace his roots and in an effort to enhance the authenticity of his mysteries.
I am glad I read this book. Genealogy ranks right up there with reading for me, so to be able to read mysteries with this kind of premise is pure joy for me. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Karen Syed
Disappointed. I normally finish a book very quickly, but this one was a chore to get through. Not much of a plot, and filled with minute details about the locale. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Marian L.
loved this book, also enjoyed the characters and the story line.Published 2 months ago by Veronica Crews
The story line was interesting and moved at a good pace. The subject matter was thoroughly believable. Nick Herald becomes real.Published 2 months ago by Deborah S Fry
Too wordy and doesn't tell you anything. Plus he uses too many archaic words.Published 3 months ago by kathi mahler
Have to say I am on a roll with genealogy thrillers! This was well written and very informative about New Orleans and its culture/people. Thumbs up!Published 4 months ago by Pamela Caudle