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Gordon Basichis is the author of Beautiful Bad Girl, The Vicki Morgan Story. This real life story of the tempestuous relationship between department store scion and member of President Ronald Reagan's kitchen cabinet, Alfred Bloomingdale and his longtime mistress, Vicki Morgan. The story was an international scandal and made headlines around the globe, depicting Bloomingdale's thirteen year romantic tryst with Morgan, the kind of relationship that makes Fifty Shades of Grey seem like a basic primer. It is the story that doesn't die as each year Basichis is invited to conduct interviews and speaking engagements for television and various media as well as to provide background insight into the social and sexual mores of the 1980's.
He is the author of The Guys Who Spied for China," a roman a clef exposing Chinese espionage networks in the United States, a quarter finalist in Amazon's Breakthrough Novel competition. Basichis' "The Blood Orange," is a hard edged, modern day romantic mystery thriller in the tradition of classic Los Angeles Noir. A cinematic journey through the exotic streets of affluent but deadly L.A. Basichis first published novel The Constant Travellers, is a metaphysical Western Fantasy that was optioned by two motion picture studios. He has worked as a screenwriter and producer.
Basichis is Co-Founder of Corra Group, specializing in background checks and corporate research and investigation. Corra Group has clients all around the United States and around the world. He is a native of Philadelphia, but has lived most of his life in Southern California and Northern New Mexico.
In addition to his books, Basichis has written feature films and television episodes. He has worked in the entertainment industry as a public relations account representative, serving a variety of major music groups as well as television and film productions.
He currently writes for the blog sites Hopeful Romantics, which is featured on Kindle Blogs, and Corra Daily Planet.