Born and raised in Seattle, Washington, Vic Warren worked as an advertising executive in the travel industry for 30-plus years. He is a recipient of a Clio award and is best known for creating the Alaska Airlines Eskimo logo. His experience with Alaska Airlines opened many doors for him in the travel and tourism industry, and he started his own company called Turning Heads. He also became a book packager, editor, designer and writer in collaboration with several illustrators and publishers, producing more than one hundred children’s books. He attended the San Francisco Academy of Art, majoring in graphic design and art direction. Warren is an avid traveler to Asia, Europe and the South Pacific.
In his first novel, Stairway of the Gods, Warren took the legendary story of Japanese officer, General Tomoyuki Yamashita—who is rumored to have buried priceless spoils of war in the Philippines just before the end of World War II—and turned it into riveting fiction. Warren’s tale of skullduggery unfolds on the slopes of the Banaue rice terraces when an earthquake reveals Yamashita’s treasure, and Joan and Paul Webster are stuck on the mountain. When Joan is faced with trying to keep the discovery secret, they find themselves confronted with deceit, betrayal and murder.
With his second novel, Saffron, he began The Neptune Chronicles. Girl on a Dolphin is Book Two in the series.
He is currently at work on a new novel with the working title The Fake Battle. He lives in San Diego with his wife, Laurel. To learn more about his novels, please visit his website, The Art of Adventure, at www.vicwarren.com.
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