About The Authors

Jack Heath

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Jack Heath is the host of NH Today, New Hampshire’s only live afternoon radio talk show which can be heard on WTPL-FM, “The Pulse” and affiliate stations. Jack is also cohost of Sport Legends of New England with Bob Lobel, which can be seen throughout New England. A direct descendant of Rebecca Nurse, the last person to be tried and hanged during the Salem Witch Trials, and Ann R. Putnam, one of her accusers, his first novel, Salem VI, is an altogether modern take on Arthur Miller’s The Crucible.  Heath is a former News Director and Vice President of News for WMUR-TV in Manchester, New Hampshire.  He currently lives in Bedford, New Hampshire with his wife, Patty.

 

 

 

John Thompson

John Thompson spent twenty-five years as an investment banker in New York before retiring to write full time. He is the author of the Brent Lucas trilogy (Armageddon Conspiracy, The Hong Kong Deception and The Baghdad Vendetta), The Girl from Felony Bay (Coming in April 2013 from Harper Collins), and coauthor of Salem VI. He lives with his wife and daughter and divides his time between Charleston, South Carolina and Hawley, Pennsylvania.