Greg has written eleven novels.
Tom is a middle-aged man who works in downtown Portland, Oregon. Greg has written eleven novels. He won a Wyoming Press Association Award as a columnist and has contributed articles to various magazines. Greg lives in Edmonds, Washington on Puget Sound with his wife Jean DeFond.
Tom is a middle-aged man who works in downtown Portland, Oregon.
Greg Messel has spent most of his adult life interested in writing, including a career in the newspaper business. He won a Wyoming Press Association Award as a columnist and has contributed articles to various magazines
Greg Messel has spent most of his adult life interested in writing, including a career in the newspaper business. Recently Greg defected from corporate life to move to the ferry boat town of Edmonds, WA (just north of Seattle) with his wife, Carol, where he has returned to his roots as a writer. Sunbreaks" is his first novel. Greg is currently working on his second novel "Expiation.
After losing his beloved wife to a drunk driver, fifty-three year old Tom Walker retreats into dark clouds of depression, isolating himself from friends, family, and the things he loves. Gloomy days turn into years and just when it seems there will be no break in the clouds, a light appears, in the form of a dazzling young woman named Erika Stevens. Greg has written nine novels. His latest is "Cable Car Mystery" which is the sixth in a series of mysteries set in 1959 San Francisco
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The location has changed for the Portland book signing for Sunbreaks.
Third Place Books is interested as well and hopefully we can have some book signings at these Seattle locations soon. The location has changed for the Portland book signing for Sunbreaks. The signing will now be held at the Costco in North Portland on 4849 NE 138th Street. That is the one off of Marine Drive.
Greg Messel is good at throwing in a tidbit of history here and there during the course of the story. One person found this helpful. And there are black and white photos from the 1950’s at the beginning of each chapter. I definitely recommend Cable Car Mystery if you like a good private eye mystery.
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