Welcome to April, and hopefully spring! (Real spring, not calendar spring.) Enjoy this post 🙂
Hal Sisson was quite a guy.
After serving in the war as an armourer servicing guns and turrets, he came back to the Peace Country to be a lawyer and a judge. That career provided plenty of fodder for another: writing books full of small-town humour.
After retiring from the bar and from the Peace, Sisson continued writing mysteries and action/adventure novels featuring “old fart sleuths”. Then came an anthology of burlesque skits, and then non-fiction accounts about drugs and the events of 9/11.
- A Fowler View of Like
- Coots, Codgers, and Curmudgeons
- Garage Sale of the Mind
- The Big Bamboozle
- Caverns of the Cross
- A Fat Lot of Good
- Maquiladora Mayhem
- You Should Live So Long
- Modus Operandi 9/11
However, if you would like an instant sample of the author’s writing to find out what you’d be in for with one of his books, you might try Sisson’s self-penned obituary.
Or, check out Hal Sisson speaking about his research into 9/11.
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