The Palm Reader


Product Details

Koehler Books
Publish Date
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.73 inches | 1.06 pounds

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About the Author

Christopher Bowron's roots stretch back four generations in historic Niagara-on-the-Lake, voted the prettiest town in Canada. He owns a bachelor of arts from Brock University and is a lover of wine and all sports including salt water fishing, which usually finds its way into his writing. Thrillers, Mystery and Historical Fiction top his reading list. He and his wife Carmen have a second residence in southwest Florida where he has spent a good part of his life since childhood. Southwest Florida and the Everglades is the backdrop for his first novel, Devil in the Grass, published by Köehler Books, which in 2016 became a #1 Best Seller on Amazon.


"... fantastic characters and a truly spellbinding plot--the best book in its genre I have ever read." --Susan Keefe,

"A gripping thriller, which excels in unusual twists and turns, explorations of family heritage and truths, and one man's ongoing journey as he explores new connections and threats to his life." --Diane Donovan, Midwest Book Review

"Jackson Walker is back in this thrilling, fast-paced sequel to Best Seller-- Devil in the Grass . . . An edgy, action-packed thriller!" --Raymond Khoury, New York Times Best-Selling Author of The Last Templar

"A real delight for the imaginary senses. This is the best book in its genre that I have ever read." --Chick Lit Cafe

"Wow! I absolutely loved this book. Even better than the first, the best-selling Devil in the Grass--could not put it down." --Maxine (Booklover Catlady) ***** Five Stars--Top Amazon Reviewer

"The setting for Christopher Bowron's The Palm Reader isn't the Florida of blue hair and walkers and early-bird specials and family theme parks-- seedy and gritty, The Palm Reader will keep you turning pages long past the time those household chores have grown tired of calling your name." --David Patneaude, author of Fast Backward and other best-selling novels

"A Florida noir in the vein of Randy Wayne White--with a tight plot, well-drawn primary and secondary characters, and a climax most readers won't see coming, The Palm Reader is a most satisfying summer read. One can only hope that the Jackson Walker series continues." --Betsy Ashton, author of Unintended Consequences and Uncharted Territory, Mad Max Mysteries, Eyes Without A Face