M. J. Polelle is a Harvard Law School graduate, an emeritus professor of the John Marshall Law School in Chicago, and an award-winning legal writer.
He honed his fiction writing at the summer writers’ workshop of the University of Iowa and the Writers’ Loft in Chicago.
Polelle’s passion for Italy has led him to travel there numerous times, including to direct a summer law program in Parma. He speaks Italian and was a columnist for Fra Noi, an Italian American newspaper in Chicago.
The Mithras Conspiracy is his first novel. His latst novel, American Conspiracy wil be published on July 27.
He lives in Sarasota, Florida.
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Authors mentioned during show: F. Scott Fitzgerald, Scott Turow, Steve Berry, Tom Wolfe, Ernest Hemingway
During the interview we discussed how much we enjoyed Dan Brown’s MasterClass on Writing Thrillers.