DAVID J. WALKER is the author of ten published mystery/suspense novels. His most recent book is Too Many Clients, a 2010 release from Severn House. This is the fifth book in his “Wild Onion, Ltd.” series, featuring a wife/husband private eye team. The sixth book in that series, The Towman’s Daughters, will be released in October, 2011.
Walker is the author of a 2008 stand-alone suspense novel, Saving Paulo, and his short story, “A Weekend in the Country,” was published in the popular 2006 anthology, Chicago Blues.
One of Walker’s Wild Onion, Ltd. books was short-listed for the Society of Midland Authors best novel award, and he has been an EdgarÒ nominee. He has served on the Board of Directors of Mystery Writers of America. He is also a member of Private Eye Writers of America, and has been a judge for both the Edgarâ and Shamus awards.
Walker is a life-long Chicagoan. He has been a parish priest in Chicago, an investigator with the Chicago Police Department, and an attorney. At present, he is a full-time writer and lives with his wife just north of the city.