Mark Bouton

Biography

After earning a law degree at the Oklahoma University School of Law, I entered the FBI. I worked as a Special Agent for 30 years, mostly working criminal cases and some terrorism. I worked in New York, Chicago, Puerto Rico, Texas, and Kansas. I arrested killers, kidnappers, and bank robbers, and played a key role in identifying the Oklahoma City bombers. I'm married and have four sons, and I live on a horse ranch in Kansas. I enjoy reading and writing, exercising, and playing my electric guitar. To date, I've written six novels and one non-fiction book. I'll soon be working on a non-fiction book and another novel.

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The ET Murders
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 103,000. Language: English. Published: September 12, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » Police Procedural
FBI agents are being brutally murdered, and a trail of bizarre clues leads to Roswell and Area 51. Agent Max Austin uncovers an unearthly connection to the killings. He's amazed by the wealth of information about otherworldly contacts, and the deeper he examines the possibilities, the more he fears an alarming motive. Can a dramatic showdown at Area 51 stop a war of the worlds?

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aliens    area 51    conspiracy    fbi    murder    roswell    ufos