Recently retired homicide detective Hank Moran and his wife Helen buy a new motorhome to travel and see the country, only to become involved in a bizarre and dangerous situation.
I recently had an opportunity to interview L.D Knorr about his upcoming mystery, THE LEVITICUS MISSION. Here’s what he had to say:
What can you tell us about THE LEVITICUS MISSION without giving away too much?
Recently retired homicide detective Hank Moran and his wife Helen, from Kenner Louisiana, have just purchased a new motorhome and are ready to embark on a two month long tour to see the country.
The discovery of a series of murders during their trial run to Biloxi, Mississippi puts their tour on hold while Hank investigates. The prime suspect is a firebrand tent revival preacher who literally takes God’s word for the Old Testament punishment of evildoers.
Their adventure takes them, of all places, into a gay men’s RV resort for the explosive finale.
Is THE LEVITICUS MISSION strictly a stand alone novel? Or do you think there might be a series of books with Hank and Helen Moran?
The Leviticus Mission is the first book in a series called the RV Mysteries with Hank and Helen Moran. I am presently working on book two, which will be published in the spring of this year.
Where can readers get a copy of THE LEVITICUS MISSON? Are there plans for a paper edition as well?
THE LEVITICUS MISSION is available through Amazon Books in hard copy and Kindle versions. It will soon be available on Nook.
Who would you say are your biggest influences as a writer?
I am a great fan of Randy Wayne Whites Doc Ford novels and Ed Mcbain’s 87th Precinct novels.
What else do you have in publication for anyone who’d like to read more of your works, or is this your first book?
This is my first book.
Have there been any reviews for THE LEVITICUS MISSION as yet?
There have been two reviews on the Amazon site. Both very positive.
What’s next for you?
Book two of the Hank and Helen Moran RV mysteries, to be published in the spring.
I am a retired mechanical engineer and live in rural Alabama. I was born and raised on a dairy farm in Berks County, Pa.
I have lived in Texas, Mississippi, and Alabama pursuing my engineering profession.
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