Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Introducing: William Doonan

This  week's featured author is William Doonan, author of American Caliphate, and the award winning Henry Grave Series. Read on to find out more about William and his writing. 


William Doonan is an archaeologist and professor of anthropology in Sacramento. He has spent many years conducting excavations in Central and South America. He is also a veteran cruise ship lecturer, traveling the world and speaking on topics as diverse as the Trojan War, piracy in the Adriatic, and the peopling of the Americas.
Doonan is also the author of three mystery novels.  Grave Passage and Mediterranean Grave  recount the adventures of an octogenarian detective who solves crimes on cruise ships.  His new archaeological mystery American Caliphate was released by Dark Oak Mysteries in April 2012. Doonan lives in Sacramento with his wife and two sons.
You can stay up to date on what William and his books by visiting his website or his blog, where he blogs about undead conquistador mummies. 


And don't forget to get a copy of American Caliphate in Kindle or Paperback, and come back tomorrow for an interview with William!