John B. Wren was born in Pittsburgh PA, raised in Western New York State, north of Buffalo, attended college and began his professional career in Cleveland, Ohio. He and his wife, Lois now live in Northern Virginia. He has worked in the design engineering and construction field since 1967 and as a professional engineer since 1978. He began his writing in 2010 and currently has completed and published three novels. His next project is a historical novel which takes place in Medieval Ireland. This is planned for release in the summer of 2015.
To Probe A Beating Heart
by John B Wren
In the autumn of 1991, a young girl disappears from a Cleveland Heights, Ohio neighborhood. She was last seen talking to a man as the clouds opened and a rain began. Th e only witness is an elderly woman whose description of the possible kidnapper could fi t any number of people. As police, friends and family search the immediate area...
Categories: All Mystery, Crime & Thrillers; Bestsellers
by John Wren
Darryl's Reunion is the story of a young boy, killed in his first year of high school. His murder goes unsolved for nineteen years. The interest of the town's newest detective is drawn because it is an unsolved murder and peaked when he finds out the victim's intended graduating class from the local high school is...
A raiding Norse pirate rapes a young girl in 9th century Connacht, Ireland and leaves her for dead. Shamed by her pregnancy and wanting a life without the label of Norse for her child, Ceara makes her way south to Ceann Coradh. She is befriended by a couple who run an inn and recently lost their only son in a battle with the Dublin Norse...
Categories: Action and Adventure; All Historical Fiction
by John B Wren
Darryl's Reunion is the story of a young boy, killed in his first year of high school. His murder goes unsolved for nineteen years. The interest of the town's newest detective is drawn because it is an unsolved murder and peaked when he finds out the victim's intended graduating class from the local high school is holding it's fifteenth...
The films of the forties and early fifties depended on lighting and sounds to convey terror. They didn't have the advantage of color and computer graphics nor did they delve into the same level of gore and violence that we see today. Such was the world of Brandon, a young impressionable boy who watches a Frankenstein movie on television...
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