John Galligan discusses the origins and life of his protagonist, Ned “Dog” Oglivie.
I just discovered the fact that you have published the fourth in the series about the dog.
I met you,and purchased a signed copy of your first book at the FFF conclave in Livingston, Mt.
I have since purchased your other two books, but was only able t get one signed.
I would like to know if it would be possible to get a copy of your new book signed by you and if a could also send you the copy of the unsigned book for your signature.
I am 76 years old and a member of. the Md. Chapter of the Brotherhood of The jungle Cock for over 50 years.
Eather way, at my demise, they will become property of their library.
At my demise
Stayed up half the night (no small compliment) finishing THE NAIL KNOT. Cannot wait to travel more with you, trusting that your characters will be equally as colorful and your plots no less intriguing. While I do not fly fish, I share my life with one who does: a crusty old Madison fart. I just may understand him slightly better for having read your book. But I won’t bet on it!
Thanks for a captivating read, Mr. Galligan
Hello John. On occasion I’m compelled to write to authors and thank them for their works. Thank you. You are on my short list for praise with the likes bestselling authors whose works I’ve read over the years. I’ve recently read your books Blood Knot and Clinch Knot. What amazing talent and creativity you have. Go Dog!
Mr. Galligan, I have read “who done-its” for over 30 years. I have read all the “big” names and have many favorites. However, I have never read anyone’s book that had so many twists and turns and unexpected endings! I have throughly enjoyed 3 of your books and I am starting on The wind Knot. More Dog please! Thanks, Carol
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