More About the Author
Corey Sandler is the author of more than 100 books on history, travel, computer, and business topics with more than two million copies in print. He has appeared on NBC's "Today Show" and National Public Radio, and has been profiled on CNN.
His fascination with the mystery of the life and death of Henry Hudson took him on a year-long, 25,000-mile journey to England, the North Pole, and deep into Canadian wilderness areas accessible only by boat or bush plane. His book, "Henry Hudson Dreams and Obsession" retraces the four known voyages of the Age of Exploration's least-known adventurer.
He is co-author, with Red Sox broadcaster and former star second baseman Jerry Remy, of "Watching Baseball."
Earlier in his career, his experience as a reporter for the Associated Press and Gannett Newspapers made him one of the pioneers of computer journalism. He was the first Executive Editor of "PC Magazine".
He turned his passion for travel into the "Econoguide Travel Book" series.