K. J. Janssen biography

Biography of K. J. Janssen

Ken’s debut novel centers on the exploits of Mark Matthews, a private investigator turned FBI agent. In Blood Money Mark helps topple an association funneling money to terrorist organizations. Blood Money was published as an e-book in November, 2011. It has five-star reviews on Amazon, including one from Jack (Spywriter) King.

Hampton Manor is a multi-genre work about three generations of the Hampton
family and their interactions with five townspeople in the peaceful community of Old Brooking, Connecticut. When one of the five hires an assassin to kill Adam Hampton and his father and to burn Hampton Manor to the ground, the resulting sequence of events leaves the town of Old Brooking reeling. Hampton Manor is an emotionally suspenseful and compelling read. It was published as an e-book 4/12/2012. Hampton Manor also has five-star reviews on Amazon, including Jack King.

Fatal Dose, the second Mark Matthews Mystery exposes a drug mafia distributing counterfeit prescription drugs. It is scheduled for publication as an ebook by Untreed Reads in February.

Secret Armageddon, Ken’s latest novel, exposes the secret battle for the consciousness of men. The battle is between Super Consciousness and the Collective Unconscious; the survival of the world being the ultimate prize. The protagonist is portrayed by Reverend Aaron Masters, minister of the New Thought Metaphysical Center. Secret Armageddon is about new ways of thinking, from birth to death.

Ken has epublished several short stories at Nights and Weekends, Writing Raw and Long Story Short. He is a member of ITW.

He lives in Ohio, with his wife Jeannette and can be contacted at kjans3@yahoo.com

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