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October 15 @ 4:00 pm EDT - 5:30 pm EDT

Meeting Location:
  • In-Person
The Muse Writers Center
2200 Colonial Ave, Suite #3
Norfolk, VA 23517 United States
757-818-9880

Mike Krentz Book Launch and Q&A

Join The Muse Writers Center for a reading by Mike Krentz from his new book WARM AND DEAD, the sequel to DEAD ALREADY. After the reading, there will be a Q&A and book signing. This event will be held in person at The Muse and copies of the book will be available for purchase. Proof of vaccination is required to attend. See the Muse’s current Covid-19 policies.

 

“A thriller that has it all—compelling twists, medical drama, a chilling crime at its center, and most importantly, heart. Krentz has mastered the tight, page-turning thrill ride, and his nuanced characters will keep you riveted.”

— Kelly Sokol, author of Breach and The Unprotected

 

About the book:

He works in the heart of a hectic ER, but his greatest fear is losing his family. Can an intrepid doctor protect his own from a twisted mind?

After his near-death experience in DEAD ALREADY, Dr. Zack Winston’s self-confidence wobbles on shaky ground. Slated to see his young-adult daughters over Christmas for the first time in five years, the skilled emergency physician worries his relationship issues will prevent them from bonding. His determination to focus on his personal life sinks fast when he questions a pediatrician colleague’s alleged suicide attempt by drowning.

About the Author: 

Mike Krentz writes medical suspense, psychological thrillers, and military women’s fiction based on his experiences as an emergency physician and US Navy medical officer. Born and raised in Arizona, Mike earned a classical degree in English from the University of San Francisco, a Doctor of Medicine degree from the Medical College of Wisconsin, and a Master of Public Health Degree from Johns Hopkins University.

Following a civilian career as an emergency physician, Mike rededicated his professional life to serve America’s Navy and Marine Corps heroes and their families. His last active-duty assignment was as Seventh Fleet Surgeon on board the USS BLUE RIDGE, based in Yokosuka, Japan. After retiring from the US Navy, Mike continued his service as a consultant to the Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center, Health Analysis Department. Upon completion of that mission, he returned to his earliest life passion as a full-time writer.

Mike sits on the Board of Directors of The Muse Writers Center, where he also teaches fiction writing and leads an advanced fiction studio.

Mike, his wife Kathryn, and miniature schnauzer Yoshi live in Norfolk, VA.

 

Please note: This class or event is in-person. Currently, you do not have to show proof of vaccination to attend events or visit our center. Please read all our re-opening guidelines and important information before you visit.