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Former collegiate track and field coach, Elliot Mason, introduces his book, The Arlington Orders, to Off The Shelf Books Talk Radio listeners (https://www.blogtalkradio.com/denise-turney-/2020/10/17/uncovering-hidden-truths-in-mysteries-and-thrillers). Elliot graduated from the University of Southern California in 1989 with a bachelor’s degree in History.
Researching The Arlington Orders
And, it’s this degree that he puts to good use while researching the material for The Arlington Orders. The book is a mystery thriller that relies heavily on real life Civil War events. “To research material for The Arlington Orders, I visited each historic location mentioned in the book,” Elliot tells Denise Turney, host of Off The Shelf Books Talk Radio. Elliot continues, “Much of my time was spent in Virginia as that’s where most of the events take place.”
Arlington Orders On Off The Shelf Books Radio
In addition to exploring the makings of The Arlington Orders, during the Off The Shelf radio interview, Denise Turney and Elliot Mason discuss the importance of aligning historical fiction to real life events. Additionally, listeners are treated to inside scoop on what happened to confederate president Jefferson Davis.
They also learn about hidden treasure that was never found after the Civil War. Search for this treasure is the focal point of the story. Mystery writer, Elliot Mason, does a masterful job fleshing out and describing the book’s major characters, particularly Des Cook and Madison Callum.
Even more, Off The Shelf Books Talk Radio listeners will have the opportunity to ask Elliot Mason and Denise Turney about shortcuts to gathering material to write historical fiction. Elliot also shares book marketing tips. Book lovers and history buffs also gain insight into Elliot’s next novel. This second book is a mystery thriller that may see a reemergence of characters from The Arlington Orders.
Meet Mystery Books Writer Elliot Mason
Elliot Mason grew up in Southern California. He graduated from the University of Southern California in 1989 with a bachelor’s degree in History. Furthermore, he earned a master’s degree from Azusa Pacific University. Elliot has also worked as a college track and field coach and website developer and manager. In 2013, Elliot transitioned from coaching to writing full-time. His first book, The Arlington Orders, was released in 2019. Elliot is working on his second novel, a book titled The Legal Killer.
Off The Shelf (https://www.blogtalkradio.com/denise-turney-) airs live on Saturday at 11am/EST. The show’s host, Denise Turney, is the author of the books Long Walk Up, Portia, Spiral, Love Has Many Faces, Rosetta The Talent Show Queen, Gada’s Glory and Gregory The Lionhearted. Her new book, Love Pour Over Me, is a coming of age romantic mystery.
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