Before becoming a novelist, William Thompson (Tom) Ong worked for advertising agencies in New York and his own agency in Philadelphia. He is a graduate of DePauw University and holds a master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University. Tom lives and works in the Brentwood area of Los Angeles, California.
Tom has completed seven novels and with his background in advertising, marketing, and public relations believes he can help other writers in the difficult job of promoting their novels and finding their audience.
THE NOVELS OF WILLIAM THOMPSON ONG
The Mounting Storm
Investigative reporter Kate Conway exposes the reclusive mastermind behind a powerful communications empire as more than the Brit and Cambridge graduate he claims to be—then faces the consequences of falling in love with the man’s son.
The Deadly Buddha
Kate Conway becomes involved with a movie star whose diabolical mother and father seek the precious Golden Buddha of Anyang.
The Fashionista Murders
Kate Conway searches for a serial killer who strangles fashionistas and dresses their nude torsos in burlap—and is so close she can smell his cologne.
An inquisitive young science teacher battles Pittsburgh’s social elite over the safety of a dam—while falling in love with one of their daughters.
The Lion and the Eagle
An American and a British naval officer fight to the bitter end for the hand of a headstrong Quaker beauty during the Revolutionary War.
An ex ad guy turned novelist teams up with his college-bound granddaughter to solve a series of deaths in the family.
The Architect and the Princess
An architect falls madly in love with a movie actress who marries a prince. Thirty years later the affair rekindles with tragic consequences.
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