Receiving the FBI's Exceptional Service in the Public Interest Award.
Speaking with the great agents of the Coast Guard's multi-mission station, Miami Beach.
Rich's writing borrows from the unique (scandalous, criminal or satirical) environments of Florida. A recent project -inspired by heists committed during hurricanes- was optioned by 20th Century Fox and published as "Storm Crashers," the gold winner as Best Popular Fiction in the Florida Book Awards.
On his verbal side, Rich enjoys speaking about creative crimes. He has presented at the FBI's InfraGard Counterterrorism seminars and on panels at writing conferences in Las Vegas dedicated to accuracy in crime writing. He is the recipient of the FBI's Exceptional Service in the Public Interest Award.
From the other side of his brain, Rich's art and photography have been seen in print, in Forbes Travel magazine and exhibited in Ft. Lauderdale's Art Guild. He has performed stand-up comedy which explains his odd mix of suspense and laughs.
He and his family are regular visitors to any coast with sufficient hammocks and blenders.
From SIU Today
The Russian Mafia:
A Rising Threat of Fraud and Violence
From National Underwriter
From National Underwriter:
High-Performance Boats and the Rise of Human Smuggling
From Miami's New Times:
"No Money Down"
Article from Sun-Sentinel about "Tropical Windfall"
Florida-Based Crime Thriller
Signed art prints and portfolio also available at the
"Art of the Islands" gallery in Lighthouse Point, Fl
2424 N. Federal Hwy, (954) 785-7980