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   Writers: Vincent P. Rosella (1950 - , United States)  
 
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The author was born on August 1, 1950 in Rochester, NY and lives with his family, not far from the book’s setting. He spent most of his career working in the training and technical communication field as an individual contributor and manager. The author received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Audiovisual Communication and a Master of Science Degree in Instructional Technology from the Rochester Institute of Technology. He enjoys writing, photography, sailing, fast cars, travel, and music.

Vincent, and two other Rochester writers, were featured in Rochester’s November 14, 2001 Democrat & Chronicle newspaper because their books had Rochester, NY settings and references. The author is currently working on two other books, Murder on Bald Head Island and The Secret of the Golden Scarab. His plan is to release Murder on Bald Head Island by the end of this year and The Secret of the Golden Scarab by early 2003.

The author wants each of his books to involve unique characters, settings, and storylines so his books will not follow any particular formula. He likes writing fiction and science fiction because of the creative freedom these genres provide.

Biography provided by the author, May 2002

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  2001.  Not Without Protest   (Amazon - Alibris)
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