This lists stretches across a broad spectrum and reflects my interest in a wide sweep of subjects. I use this interest to expand the breadth and depth of my thrillers.
|History of the Supreme Court|
|The Righteous Mind|
|Trails of Evidence|
|Forensic's: Bugs, Burns, Prints|
|Boys in the Boat|
My next novel is a mystery set in Glacier National Park and centers around an arson fire that destroys a genetics lab on the BlackFeet Indian Reservation. Twenty Seventeen's list of books will likely include titles dealing with arson investigation, BlackFeet Culture, and how to write a mystery.
What did you read this past year? Any recommendations?
Sean Smith is a former Yellowstone Ranger, and an award winning conservationist, TEDx speaker, and author. He writes national park thrillers from his home in the shadow of Mount Rainier National Park. To learn more about his thrillers click here or follow him on twitter: @parkthrillers