Mystery Novels

Welcome to Mark’s MYSTERY NOVELS page! This  page introduces the exciting stories that Mark is sharing, many inspired from his experiences in law enforcement and from actual cases.

Bio
I was a military police officer for the U.S. Marine Corps and helped several local departments such as the Hiroshima International Criminal Investigation Division with community policing. I’ve used my experiences in law enforcement and the military as background to write the novels featured here. Many of them are inspired by actual cases. I also worked for the Center for Domestic Preparedness, a training facility run by Homeland Security where first responders (police officers, fire fighters, health care workers, etc.) learn how to handle natural disasters terrorists attacks, and mass casualty incidents. I lived and worked in Japan for 25 years teaching English at Japanese universities, and for the last ten years teaching criminal justice classes for Central Texas College at satellite campuses on American bases in Japan. I also did free-lance writing for 25 years and had more than 500 articles published. I currently work as a technical editor for the U.S. Air Force. I hope my experiences and insights will prove useful to all of my readers.

2 thoughts on “Mystery Novels

  1. Hi Mark…came across your info on Facebook the other morning. Congratulations on your success as a writer! I’ve never been much of a book reader after college as I opted for quicker reads with newspapers and magazines. When I do read a book its usually Grisham when I travel. However, I’m going to buy and give your latest a book a read. Take care and hope all is well on your end.

    Barry Hall

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