About Finding Immortality
It’s hard enough to close the door on your past. But what do you do when it comes knocking again?
Seattle-based novelist James Kimble is a new man. After acquitting old obligations, he’s come clean to his fans and life is looking up. He has a new book out, a stimulating job as a reporter, some savvy real estate investments, and a fresh desire to embrace the land of everyday living.
But when a rogue tenant threatens his livelihood and the authorities begin tossing his place looking for fresh clues to old murder cases, his life quickly spirals into the murky world of moral relativism he was trying so hard to escape.
In a journey across the globe to track down the enigmatic Grace, James Kimble is pursued by immortal players obsessed with the riddle of a longer life. Trapped again in a shadowy world where ordinary life spans do not apply, he discovers the extraordinary lengths some people will go to remain among the living.
Continuing in the genre of first-person psychological thriller, Finding Immortality is the sequel to Interviewing Immortality in the ongoing series by Bill Conrad.
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Bill Conrad grew up in San Diego, California, and attended college at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts. In 1993 he received a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering with an English minor.
From an early age, Bill had a passion for writing, but the prospect of creating an entire novel seemed impossible. Unemployment provided the golden opportunity to put his thoughts into words.
Not content with writing a single book, Bill developed three separate storylines. His first book is a thriller/drama which explores an amazing 500-year-old woman who fixates on a struggling author. His second, a science fiction/drama/romance, follows two cruise ship survivors who take on the world. The third is a classic spy novel set in the backwoods of Georgia.
Bill’s writing style is down-to-earth with realistic dialog. He prefers ordinary people who are thrown into chaotic situations. Bill’s plots push the edge of plausibility while maintaining a classic storytelling charm. He has eight additional books in development with no intention of putting down his keyboard.