PLOT HOUND BOOKS
Home of the mystery/thriller novels
by Cameron Kent
Plot Hound Books is a private imprint of Press 53
ISBN 978-1-941209-61-5 (paperback)
ISBN 978-1-941209-67-7 (hardcover)
9 x 6 inches, 266 pages
Cameron Kent grew up in Alexandria, Virginia, and after graduating from Wake Forest University, he embarked on a career in television journalism that spanned nearly forty years. He received fourteen Emmy nominations for his work in broadcasting, and won an Emmy for his reporting on the Pentagon after 9/11. He is the author of four books, the young reader Make Me Disappear; the mystery/thriller When the Ravens Die; the historical fiction novel The Road to Devotion; and the mystery/thriller The Sea Is Silent. Cameron credits his parents for his love of writing, raising him in a home full of opportunities to learn about books, art, and music. He’s also thankful for wonderful teachers along the way, including his high school English teacher, Julie Wilson, who introduced him to Hemingway and Steinbeck, and his college Journalism professor, Bynum Shaw, who encouraged him to pursue his writing dreams. He currently resides in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.