Tom Mohrbach

I am a retired police sergeant from Monroe, MI where I worked for 25 years with the City of Monroe Police Department. I also worked for the Erie Township PD in Erie, MI. I now stay active as a part-time Driver's Ed instructor and a part-time writer. Writing has always been a passion and hobby of mine. After retiring from the Monroe Police Department, I authored a weekly article in our county’s newspaper, The Monroe Evening News. After three years, and over 150 articles later, I decided to focus my writing on a novel. It has been a long process interrupted by other life priorities but has finally come to fruition. My chief writing influences are John Sanford, Lee Child, Robert B. Parker, Vince Flynn, and Daniel Silva. I currently reside in New Port Richey, Florida, with my wife, Cindy, and our Corgi-Chihuahua mix, Buster-Brown. We have a daughter, Danielle, who lives in Chicago, Illinois where she pursues her passions of the theater and writing. I also enjoy spending time outdoors, fishing, hiking, and bow hunting.