Category Archives: In the News

Beach Bodies gets a headline: Making the cut for beach reading

By Ken Mammarella The News Journal   To the list of potentially fatal risks at the beach – such as riptides, lighting and sunstroke – add being kidnapped for your kidneys. That’s the premise of “Beach Bodies ($14.99 on Amazon), … Continue reading

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Behind the Badge: An interview with BEACH BODIES detective Nick Logan

Behind the Badge An interview with Nick Logan, one half of the detective team in Beach Bodies: A Rehoboth Beach thriller.  By Jorge Alvarez, staff reporter What’s your favorite beach food? That’s a tough call. There are so many great … Continue reading

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Delaware News Journal article: If these old walls could talk

By Ken Mammarella The (Delaware) News Journal The mystery started when the old man knocked on the door of the old house, once owned by his mother. “Did you ever find any money in the house?” he asked plaintively. No … Continue reading

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THE HOUSE THAT WENT DOWN WITH THE SHIP gets some press!

Hometown history: Author finds inspiration for mystery in own backyard By Casey Fabris Special to the Whig | Posted: Wednesday, August 21, 2013 7:00 am CHESAPEAKE CITY — If you live in a house as old as David Healey’s, you … Continue reading

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Meteorologist Bernadette Woods plans to write introduction for Great Storms of the Chesapeake

I’m very excited to announce that Emmy Award-winning meteorologist Bernadette Woods has graciously accepted the invitation to write an introduction for GREAT STORMS OF THE CHESAPEAKE. Ms. Woods of Baltimore’s WJZ Channel 13 now has the (rough!) draft and is looking … Continue reading

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Chaney Scholar Explains 1812: Our Forgotten War With Britain

The campus newspaper at St. Mary’s College was good enough to cover my recent War of 1812 talk there and publish this very nice story. Thanks guys! Continue reading

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