Published DateLACONIA — J.P. Polidoro, Ph.D. ("The Good Dr. Jack") is a New Hampshire author, songwriter, singer,
guitarist, and performer of contemporary folk/easy listening music.
Polidoro will be coming to Annie's Bookstop to speak with prospective authors on Saturday, March 16 from 2-4 p.m. to share his experiences with self-publishing, writing and self-promotion of his books. He is the author of ten novels including his essay "Six Feet from Grace," written about Grace Metalious marking the 50th anniversary of her novel "Peyton Place.
His mysteries are New England based, and medical murder related, often with sinister motives, incorporating his background knowledge of medical research and biology. His graduate degrees are from the University of Massachusetts, and he works in the biopharmaceutical industry in toxicology R&D.
His novel,"Tattoo" takes place at Weirs Beach about the time of the 83rd Annual Bike Week gathering
and is a torrid plot of black leather, lace, romance, domination and unscrupulous deceit. A New Jersey motorcycle gang and a tattooist are suspect, yielding twists and turns as Don Wright (news photographer), the police, and a coroner seek a motive for the crime, culminating in a hold-your-breath, thriller ending.
If you are looking to publish your work, but have questions, don't know where to begin, or just want to meet a local author visit the bookstop at 1330 Union Avenue as there will be ample time for Q&A. Some of Jack's books will be available for sale and signing. His website is www.longtailpublishing.com