A winner of a 2016 Michigan Notable Book award has generously praised Ink Trails II.  Jack Lessenberry, a versatile writer and radio   He calls the book “equally fascinating” when compared with its predecessor.

Jack co-authored the memoir of Frank Kelley, who served as Michigan Attorney General for a record-shattering 36 years.

My brother Jack and I did an extended radio interview with Scott Pohl of WKAR Radio that was broadcast this week.  And Thursday night we jointly appeared at a talk on our book sponsored by the Greater Lansing Historical Society. It was one of the more enjoyable book talks of my career.

Things are heating up for Ink Trails II.