Even from a young age, Tom wanted to write. After doing things like racing bikes with his friends, Tom would return home and write (very) short stories. He was about seven or eight, so the stories were brief and awful. Among them was a “murder mystery” in which no one died (and, in fact, everyone recovered quite nicely in the hospital). In the intervening years, Tom has gotten over this problem with killing characters in his stories.
Tom’s first series of books focuses on unconventional private investigator C.T. Ferguson. C.T. is a hacker who ends up as a detective because his wealthy parents make him get a job that helps people. Each case he works free of charge gets him back into his parents’ good graces (and money). The stories are, of course, set in Baltimore.
His other series stars former special operations soldier John Tyler, who can never quite settle into a career as a classic car mechanic. Between his college-bound daughter, managing his PTSD, and solving problems for people with the skills he learned in the army, Tyler has a lot on his plate.
Tom Fowler writes stories featuring flawed heroes, action, and plenty of snark. He lives in Silver Spring, MD, with a patient wife, an amazing daughter, and a dog who's a good girl most of the time.
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