Monthly Archives: May 2015

“A winding, intelligent thriller”: my Kirkus review!

Here’s an early, pre-publication review review of my novel, which has since been released by Archway, a unit of Simon & Schuster. I draw your attention to the sentence below from our Kirkus review  “…Throughout, the complicated but sharp prose … Continue reading

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From Boston to Salt Lake City: my romantic thriller’s back story

How did I transform “Falcons and Seagulls, a Utah Tale”, from a collection of short stories about a hero’s exile to a novel about a global conspiracy whose embrasure, or covering, is filled with love lost and and found; a … Continue reading

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Hughes, Jews and Mormons

Did you know that Howard Hughes secretly worked with the Mormon church to help Israel complete their nuclear capability in the 1960’s? Check out Johannesen’s new book, Falcon’s and Seagulls. A romantic thriller. Available on Amazon.  

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Falcons and Seagulls: A Utah Tale

Solomon Fairchild lives a quiet life as a Quaker in Massachusetts until he learns of his uncle’s imminent death. Rory MacLeod was once an ally and employer of Solomon’s, so he travels to say goodbye to this family member and … Continue reading

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