Real estate writer, radio show pens new novel featuring real estate agent
Tom Kelly, a well known real estate writer and host of the syndicated radio show, "Real Estate Today," recently published the second book in his Ernie Creekmore series.
This latest work of fiction, Hovering Above a Homicide, features the adventures of a legendary high school basketball coach turned real estate agent and amateur sleuth. In "Hovering," the protagonist tries to solve the murder of a "helicopter" parent whose body is discovered in a vacant home for sale.
The first book, Cold Crossover, introduced Ernie Creekmore who gets word that his former star player has gone missing from a late-night ferry boat.
Both books are available in print at bookstores and online, and in ebook form. Signed copies may be obtained via tomkelly.com.
Before launching into fiction, Kelly spent 20 years with The Seattle Times where he was a sportswriter, then later served as a real estate reporter, columnist and editor. The Bainbridge Island resident has also authored and co-authored books on various real estate topics.