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Return Of The High Fae
Return Of The High Fae

AIR DATE: February 15, 2013

New author Tom Keller is a man of many parts. He has been a member of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, has worked in computer forensics and Web site design. He now works as an investigator for the Federal Public Defenders Office. And he's published a new fantasy novel whose hero Private Investigator Robert Hoskins discovers that bad guys aren't always what you expect.
Tom Keller, Author of "Return of the High Fae"


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    Excellent book. It combines Las Vegas, Science Fiction, and Private Detective work into one book. Ingenious work. Can't wait for more.
    Larry Smith, Nevada Digital ForensicsFeb 15, 2013 08:12:41 AM
    Thanks for the kind words. Hope all is well with you!
    Tom KellerFeb 14, 2013 18:30:54 PM
    Tom used to be my professor (Computer Forensics) at CSN way back 2004. I must say the man deserves a recognition not only for being a great author, police officer and a teacher, but also a genuine man. Good luck on your book Tom Donald
    DonaldFeb 13, 2013 16:47:48 PM
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