Bio: Mark Misercola has a dual career. By day he is a mild-mannered public relations executive in New York. On weekends, he ducks into his favorite comic book store and reads comic books. (He is a comic book traditionalist, and prefers that his characters be served up over easy with lots of super powers.)
During his career, Mr. Misercola has written speeches for senior executives at some of the world's largest companies, including IBM, PepsiCo, Avon Products, NYNEX, Union Carbide, PricewaterhouseCoopers and Deloitte & Touche. He began his career as a business reporter with the former Buffalo (N.Y.) Courier-Express.
Mr. Misercola serves as an adjunct professor teaching advertising copywriting at Western Connecticut State University College in Danbury, CT., and marketing communications at Manhattanville College in Purchase, N.Y.
He is a graduate of the State University of New York at Buffalo, and currently resides with his wife, Nancy, and two children ? James and Regina--in Norwalk, CT.
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Richard MacAllister, a young comic book writer, finds himself being stalked after he is ordered to kill off the world's greatest superhero in a desperate bid to rekindle interest in the character and save his publisher from bankruptcy. Death to the Centurion is a page-turning thriller, from novelist and life-long comic book fan Mark Misercola, about corporate intrigue, insider trading, underworld ties, and murder.