What is your latest release and what genre is it? The President’s Mortician, a historical novel.
Quick description: This is a story of how and why JFK’s murder was executed and covered up. A young man witnesses a murder committed, in 1965, by a Dallas mortician who is later implicated in the cover up of President Kennedy’s assassination.
Tim Fleming’s first historical novel, Murder Of An American Nazi, was published in 2008. “The Barefoot Hero,” a 2010 work of literary fiction, was published in the award-winning short story anthology, Writers On The Wrong Side Of The Road. His screenplay, Boats Against The Current, won top honors at the Skyfest Film Festival in 2011. His short story, “Back To Lopez Island,” was published in 2012 in The Speed Of Dark, a horror anthology. It won the Reader’s Favorite International Bronze Award in 2013. Fleming’s latest work is The President’s Mortician, A Story Of How And Why JFK’s Murder Was Executed And Covered Up.
Fleming has researched the Kennedy assassination for decades. He has read most of the hundreds of books published on the topic; he has reviewed thousands of documents released through the Freedom of Information Act; and he has interviewed scores of witnesses. He even lived in Dallas for a period of time, taking a part-time job in between college semesters, just to have access to primary sources.
What are you working on now?
Escape From Sobibor, a historical novel about the only successful escape from a Nazi death camp.
Tim’s reading recommendation:
JFK and the Unspeakable, by James Douglass