New York Times bestselling author Marc Cameron joins us virtually in August to talk about his newest book, Cold Snap, and how his experiences in law enforcement have helped him write his wildly popular thrillers. Join us to learn more!
Lit Chat with Marc Cameron, Monday, August 8, at 3 pm. This event will take place online via Zoom. Click here to register!
Marc Cameron is a New York Times bestselling author. Cameron’s Jericho Quinn Thriller Series debuted in 2011. Since then, he’s written eight Quinn novels and four Arliss Cutter novels featuring a deputy US marshal based in Alaska, including the most recent Cutter, Cold Snap. Marc is the author of five Tom Clancy/Jack Ryan novels for the Tom Clancy estate, including the most recent, Chain of Command.
A retired Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal, Marc spent nearly thirty years in law enforcement. He holds a second-degree black belt in jujitsu and is a certified law enforcement scuba diver and man-tracking instructor. The job of a deputy US marshal is extremely varied. Marc’s career focused primarily on dignitary protection and fugitive operations. As a member of the rural Tactical Tracking Unit for the US Marshals District of Alaska, Marc routinely tracked lost hikers, hunters, and fugitives in the vast Alaska bush. His assignments have taken him from Alaska to Manhattan, Canada to Mexico and dozens of points in between.
Interviewer Michael Wiley writes the Sam Kelson Chicago PI mystery series, the Shamus Award-nominated Franky Dast mysteries, the Daniel Turner thrillers, and the Shamus Award-winning Joe Kozmarski hard-boiled detective mystery series. He lives in Jacksonville and teaches at the University of North Florida.
And for more crime thrillers, check out Michael Wiley’s series, which count toward your Jax Stacks “A book by a Jacksonville author” category, too!
#THE LIBRARY RECOMMENDS:
If Marc has piqued your interest in the Jack Ryan novels, you can check out more than 30 of them from the library!
Marc’s Arliss Cutter books take readers to Alaska – find more crime stories set in the Last Frontier with these books:
The Wild Inside, by Jamey Bradbury
The Cecil Younger series, by John Straley
The Kate Shugak series, by Dana Stabenow