The Crime Fiction Lounge Podcast

Episode #27 – Mark Bergin, author of Apprehension

August 26, 2019 Season 1 Episode 27
The Crime Fiction Lounge Podcast
Episode #27 – Mark Bergin, author of Apprehension
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The Crime Fiction Lounge Podcast
Episode #27 – Mark Bergin, author of Apprehension
Aug 26, 2019 Season 1 Episode 27
Paul Stretton-Stephens
In this episode, I have the privilege of chatting to author Mark Bergin. We had a great time talking about his life as a police officer, his writing life, and his new book, Apprehension.
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In this episode, I have the privilege of chatting to author Mark Bergin. We had a great time talking about his life as a police officer, his writing life, and his new book, Apprehension.

Here's Mark's bio:

Mark Bergin graduated from Boston University with a degree in journalism, then worked four years as a newspaper reporter, winning the Virginia Press Association Award for general news reporting before joining the Alexandria, Virginia, Police Department in 1986. He was twice named Police Officer of the Year for narcotics and robbery investigations, and he served in most of the posts described in his novel, APPREHENSION and rose to the rank of Lieutenant.  


Mark lives in Alexandria and Kitty Hawk, North Carolina with his wife Ruth, an attorney and former public defender. They have two children.



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