Join me at Barnes and Noble, 1201 S. 42nd St, Fargo, North Dakota on Thursday, September 20, for a book release of “Where the Best Began: Stories of a Boy on the American Prairie.” This is my latest book about a boy coming of age in Mandan, North Dakota. Kirkus Review compares it to a 20th century Huck Finn with similarities to Garrison Keillor’s homespun tales.
The third novel in the Doc Martini series was released in July. The body of a young woman is discovered buried in the vineyard at St. Peter Seminary. The sheirff says, “Case Closed,” but is it? Follow Doc and his colleagues on a wild chase find the truth.
Available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble
“Where the Best Began: Stories of a Boy on the American Prairie” was released in June. Kirkus Review: “Bergsgaard’s writing is suggestive of an oral storyteller with impeccable timing and taste…these are emotionally engaging episodes of childhood that evoke the odyessy of a 20th century Huck Finn…parallels can be drawn to [Garrison Keillor] in terms of lessons about life culled from common rural folks.”
Available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.
I am a featured author for the Lake Agassiz Regional Library “The Beat Goes On” series. Stop by and let’s talk about crime thrillers and my experiences as a special agent.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 13: 10:00 am-Lake Park LINK site; 2:00 pm-Detroit Lakes Library; 6:00 pm–Frazee LINK site.
FRIDAY, SEPT. 14: 10:30 am–Ada Library; 1:30 pm-Hawley Library; 5:00 pm–Barnesville Library
Thank you for stopping by Bookworld in Detroit Lakes on August 7th–and Cormorant Township on August 18—I enjoyed meeting and talking with you.