Archaeologist Erin Mathews and ex CIA Agent Craig Johnson team up for these exciting and intriguing tales. On the tiny Greek island of Alkano, they discover ancient letters whose content could undermine the very foundations of Christianity. An ancient religious sect knows the esoteric message hidden in the letters and is sworn to protect it at any cost. Trouble begins almost immediately with a series of mishaps followed by deadly threats. A desperate chase through the back streets of Jerusalem leads to Erin’s abduction. What began as a straightforward dig has become a dangerous and complicated mission. They must solve the two-thousand year old mystery, before it’s too late. But time is quickly running out…
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How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
I place my stories in the category of action adventure. However, they are much more specifically archeological thrillers, a sub genre that doesn’t really seem to exist.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Dedicate a specific amount of time each day to writing. Talk to other ‘aspiring’ authors. Get involved with some of the wonderful writers forums to share work and ideas. Make an effort to work with at least one beta reader. Take part in writing workshops. Take a class in creative writing. And most important – don’t give up.
Kenneth Teicher is the author of the reader acclaimed Erin and Craig action/adventure series currently including The Alkano Letters, The Carthage Connection and Carved In Stone. The series follows the exploits of archeologist Erin Mathews and ex CIA agent Craig Johnson. These stories are the result of the author’s amateur passion for archeology that developed during more than forty-three years of travel to countless archeological sites in more than 37 countries. Science Fiction is the author’s other area of interest. Books include Gateway: The Shaula Intervention, A Matter of Time, The Mission and his current work in progress, The Yesterday Tree. The author and his wife count New York City, New York as their primary residence and maintain a second home in Los Angeles, California. They have two daughters and five grandchildren.
Being able to travel to interesting places helped spark my amateur interest in archeology. I wanted to share this interest with others and found that simply telling people about our last trip was not enough. Incorporating exotic locations with history, romance and action has allowed me to express my interest in a much more meaningful and satisfying manner. So far, I have written three books in my series.
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