Janet Feduska Cole


A native of southwestern Pennsylvania, Janet Feduska Cole, author of "Cancelled: Stamps to Die For", published by Pegasus Books and available on Amazon, now lives near Chicago with her husband, Ed, a retired usiness executive, and their two poodles, Elmer and Elsie. Janet worked as a technical and marketing writer for more than twenty years before undertaking her first novel, "Cancelled". A former rock climber and whitewater rafter, Janet remains an advocate for the environment. She travels at every opportunity and weaves her own adventures into her writing. Watch for Cancelled’s sequel, "Dead Letter: Addressee Unknown", scheduled for release in 2014. A third book, "The Whistle Blower's Concierge" is also in the works.

Smashwords Interview

What are your five favorite books, and why?
I am hooked on mysteries and detective stories, but especially mysteries that take place during WWII. If a story is entwined with factual information, I leave as a very satisfied reader. Besides having been entertained, I have the satisfaction of knowing that my knowledge base has increased.
What do you read for pleasure?
Fiction - mysteries and detective stories.
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