Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Tomorrow's Guest: Larry Seeley

Tomorrow, mystery author Larry Seeley will be a guest on my blog. Author of 17 Degrees North, the second Jack Sloan novel, Larry is the former CEO of the gaming firm that built the first Native casino in Maritime Canada, and a former professional blackjack player. He and his wife live north of Santa Fe in a high desert valley bounded on the east by the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and on the west by the Jemez range. There they care for several chickens, eight cats, and four dogs on their secluded ranch. Con artists and swindlers swarmed Native casinos in the early days, and learning to deal with them and discovering whom you could trust and who had a knife at your back gave Larry a distinct edge in deciphering people—and a decided advantage in character creation and development.

In his guest post tomorrow, Larry answers my interview questions, and I'm sure you'll be intrigued by what he has to say. Then, feel free to ask him some questions of your own in the comments.

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