Jonathan Olken


A graduate of Boston University, I was born and raised in Cambridge, Mass. and now live in New York City.

I spent the bulk of my career in entertainment and sports marketing. I was Vice President of Creative Services for the American Broadcasting Company’s Owned Stations division as well a Principal in a private company that proivided advertising and marketing services to radio and television companies, film producers, cable networks and professional sports teams.

Additonally, I was an Executive Vice President at WNET, an New York televison station and major producer of programs for the PBS Network.

Several of my short stories have been published in the New York area. This is my first novel.


A Cold Day to Die
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 52,430. Language: English. Published: March 31, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » General
Set in New York, “A Cold Day to Die”, is the story of Miles Davis, a cop turned TV journalist, the murder of his partner, the New York jazz scene and the Russian Mafia. Miles risks his career and his life to bring the murderer to justice. In a tale that stretches from Manhattan to Moscow, Miles tangles with the NYPD, the FBI and unravels an audacious plot by the Russian Mafia.

Jonathan Olken’s tag cloud