Carl's latest book, "Welcome Home Baby Killer: June 1970" is the final book in a trilogy. Justin Carmichael returns home after two tours of Vietnam into the chaos of student protests, family dysfunctional and a series of misadventures which determine his destiny.
Carl Addison Swanson is the award winning and best selling author of the Hush McCormick series . He recently published the final book in a trilogy, "Welcome Home Baby Killer: June 1970". The first novels in the trilogy are "Double Parked in the Twilight Zone: Summer of 1960" and "Free Fall in a No Fly Zone: Autumn of 1967" which have also received critical acclaim and wide readership. He wrote four Tug Christian spy novels: "Deadly Yellow Cake", "Poison Humble Pie, Killer Cookie Dough" and "Rogue Terrorist Fudge". Prior to that he published a collection of short stories, "Love: The Four Letter Word", and "Death is Hereditary". The Hush series include "Sorry Don't Pay the Bulldog", "Pig in a Poke" and "Fat People Are Harder to Kidnap". The latter two novels have been optioned to the motion picture industry. After decades in Texas, Carl Addison Swanson has returned to his hometown of Westport, Connecticut to live and write.