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About James McCrone, author


McCrone is the author of the Imogen Trager political suspense-thriller series, comprising FAITHLESS ELECTOR, which Publishers Weekly calls a “fast-moving topical thriller” and DARK NETWORK which Kirkus Review calls "A rousing and provocative political thriller…” He is hard at work on the third, and final book in the series, working title: "Working Title."

Press Packet and Media Materials links....coming soon

REVIEWS!

2018 - EVENTS and READING CALENDAR:
May 5 - Bronx Book Fair (waitlisted)
July 15 - Noir at the Bar: Shade Bar, Sullivan St. NYC
August 11 - Deadly Ink (Woodbridge, NJ)
September 6 through 9 - Boucheron, St. Petersburg
September 16 - Brooklyn Book Festival
September 29 & 30 - Baltimore Book Festival
October 6 - Collingswood Book Festival (suburban Philadelphia)
MORE dates and appearances to be announced!

PHOTO GALLERY - Readings, Book Signings

Dark Network and Faithless Elector

INTERVIEWS
PhillyMag.com "How a Novelist From Seattle Became Head of the Italian Market" Jon Trinacria
The Dorset Book Detective, 4-October, 2017
The Book Club Reading List 6-October, 2017

Author discussion questions

He is a member of the International Association of Crime Writers, Mystery Writers of America and Sisters in Crime

Follow James on Twitter @JamesMcCrone4, on Facebook, James McCrone author (@FaithlessElector) and Instagram "james.mccrone"








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McCrone's work both on an off the page deals with politics and issues of social responsibility, accountability and justice. He has worked in community development and affordable housing for more than fifteen years and has been writing for much longer than that. He graduated in 1990 from the University of Washington in Seattle, with a Master of Fine Arts degree in Creative Writing. National Book Award Winner (Middle Passage) Charles Johnson, was the chair of his committee.

McCrone lives in South Philadelphia with his wife and three children, where he is the Business Manager for the South 9th Street/Italian Market Business Association.

He is the former Executive Director of Bloomfield Center Alliance and Main Street Highland Park, both in New Jersey.