Former Reno reporter-editor to read from first novel at Sundance

From a Sundance Books and Music news release

Fallon's Orphans imageFormer Reno Newspapers Inc. editor-reporter Bill Kroger will read from and sign his debut novel, Fallon’s Orphans (Black Rose Writing, 2014), Saturday, June 27, from noon to 2 p.m. at Sundance Books and Music.

The book is about a man whose lover has just been killed by Islamic terrorists. Their mortal enemy, an Orthodox Christian sect dating to the time of Constantine the Great, offers Fallon MacEwan the chance to get revenge. He enlists the help of his orphan friends, and this small team heads boldly into harm’s way, taking the battle to India, Cairo, Istanbul, Europe and the mountains around Lake Tahoe.


Bill Kroger

Kroger is a traveler, having visited 22 countries around the world. He’s an environmentalist and passionate about the health of the planet. He earned degrees in journalism and economics at the University of Nevada, Reno, and has been a news reporter-editor, military officer, entrepreneur and casino pit boss. In his off time, he helps military men and women at the Veterans Administration.

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