Richard L. Hatin is married and lives with his wife Anne Marie Hatin in Hooksett, New Hampshire. Together they have three sons, and three granddaughters.
He was born in Burlington, Vermont where he attended area schools graduating from St. Michael’s College in 1971 with a B.A. in English Literature. He went on to a successful career in local and state government until 1974 when he was recruited to join the U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). He worked for the New England Office of Community Planning and Development. He retired as the Deputy Director of the New England Office of Community Planning and Development in 2010. During his government career Mr. Hatin wrote several articles for regional and national publications serving the interests of those involved in Community Renewal.
In his personal life, Mr. Hatin served on the boards of many local, state and national organizations as well as served as an active volunteer in the community. He has received numerous local and state awards for his service to youth. He has also contributed numerous articles to state, regional and national youth sports publications.
Mr, Hatin also plays several musical instruments and volunteers for several local and state wide organizations.
Recently he has undertaken a serious pursuit of creative writing. He has completed five novels. The first to be published is entitled Evil Agreement. The other four novels await release in the upcoming future.
He is currently a member of the International Thriller Writer’s Association; the American Mystery Writers Association and the New Hampshire Writer’s Project.
For more information regarding Mr, Hatin you can visit his website at richardhatin.com