Chuck Freadhoff has spent more than forty years writing and telling stories. He started his career as a journalist and covered homicides, assassination attempts, as well as historic events such as the return of the American hostages from Iran. Once he spent ten hours in an operating room witnessing brain surgery. Along the way, he picked up a sharp eye for detail and keen understanding of how to tell a story – write tight, stay out of your own way and don’t bury the lead.
The two things he loves most about fiction writing are the chance to use his humor and imagination (something often frowned upon in the news business) and doing first hand research. From visiting the L.A. County Jail to cruising Tijuana’s red light district at night, Chuck loves to pick out the details that make a story come alive and then ask himself, ‘what if . . . .’”
He has published six previous novels published including two thrillers that landed on the Los Angeles Times bestseller list and a laugh-out-loud humor novel that has garnered wide praise.
He lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Linda, and his Labrador, Goldie