Kennedy Hudner
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Kennedy Hudner

Let me introduce myself -- I am the guy standing in the bank line, reading a book. I am the guy on the bus with my face in a book. I am the guy who sees a friend and rather than asking how he is, I ask, "What are you reading?" I am the guy who goes to the movies with my Kindle in my pocket, just in case. I've been a reader since childhood. Science Fiction, murder mysteries, the more the better. Eventually I widened my scope and included history, which led to military history, which I find absolutely fascinating. It took awhile, but all that reading helped me in school, then in college and eventually in law school. After practicing law for almost 40 years, the itch to write was too strong and I retired and completed the Alarm of War trilogy (sci-fi), then moved on to write a murder mystery. I've been incredibly fortunate in many respects. A wonderful, intelligent wife (married 42 years and still counting) and two sons who make me proud and laugh a lot. But always in the background there were authors and the books they wrote: the incredible Octavia Butler, the insightful Ursula Le Guin, John Scalzi, David Weber, Steve White, Markus Zusak, Chaim Potok, Cornelius Ryan, Stephen Ambrose, Ian Toll, Abraham Rabinovich (and if you have not read his "The Yom Kippur War," stop right now and go read it) and countless others. I am currently working on my second murder mystery, this one set on the Coast of Maine, involving drug smuggling, a small fishing village, and a local policeman who suspects that his police department has been bought off. "North Harbor" should be out in early 2019. After that, it will be back to science fiction.

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