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Individual Author Record

General Information

Name:  Peter Robertson  

Pen Name: None

Genre: Fiction

Audience: Adult;

Born: in Edinburgh, Scotland


-- Website -- http://gibsonhousepress.com
-- Peter Robertson on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=peter+robertson

E-Mail: -- info@gibsonhousepress.com


Illinois Connection

Robertson lives in Chicago.

Biographical and Professional Information

Peter Robertson was born and raised in Edinburgh, Scotland, attended university in the U.K., and came to the U.S. at age 23. After extensive travel, he settled in Chicago, where he has been a book reviewer for daily papers and library trade periodicals, stay-at-home dad, soccer coach, university student, and elementary and middle school teacher.


Speaking Engagements

Speaking Engagement Availability (Yes) He is available for events (signings, readings, panel discussions, etc.) in bookstores, libraries, festivals, etc. Inquiries for speaking engagements can be made at [mailto:info@gibsonhousepress.com info@gibsonhousepress.com].

Selected Titles At Your Library

Colorblind :
ISBN: 0985515864. OCLC Number: 946216847

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In this third and final work in the series following Permafrost and Mission, Tom is determined to find the link between a young fan's death in the present day, and the death of an obscure folk singer in New Orleans in the aftermath of Katrina.

Mission :
ISBN: 098551583X. OCLC Number: 851385143

Gibson House,. .

When a second drowned homeless man is pulled from flooded Boulder Creek, Tom's sense of unease kicks in again with a vengeance. The precarious world of the Colorado mountain town's homeless population becomes a focus for the semi-retired businessman and a victim pool for a driven killer.

Permafrost :
ISBN: 9780985515805. OCLC Number: 812331253

Gibson House,. .

Two friends grew up together in Scotland. Now one is missing in Northern Michigan and the other, a successful businessman, has time on his hands. The hunt for the lost man begins as a mystery evolves into an act of redemption.