Andrew Ordover is a playwright, novelist, and educator--with a BA in English from Emory University, an MFA in Playwriting from UCLA, and a doctorate in education from Walden University. His original plays and adaptations have been performed in New York, Atlanta, Los Angeles, and Miami, selections from which have been published in Smith & Kraus' Best Stage Monologues and Best Stage Scenes anthologies for 1993, 1997, and 1998. He has served as the Artistic Director of New York's Common Ground Stage and Film Company and as Literary Manager at Atlanta's 7Stages Theatre. He has been a guest speaker at the International Symposium on Theatre Semiotics, in Athens, Greece, and has spoken and run workshops on education topics across the country. Andrew taught English and Humanities at public and private high schools, and has developed print and online curriculum and teacher development materials for schools and education companies.
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Cool for Cats
by Andrew Ordover
Jordan Greenblatt is the bass player in the band of life—-steady, solid, able to keep his cool. Even as a private investigator, Jordan keeps a low profile. But when Jordan agrees to look into an old hit-and-run accident that took the life of a girl he knew in high school, he is dragged deeper and deeper into a mystery that he is not prepared to handle.
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