Blaine Pardoe is a New York Times Bestselling and award winning author of numerous books in the science fiction, military non-fiction, true crime, paranormal, and business management genres. He has appeared on a number of national television and radio shows to speak about his books. Mr. Pardoe has been a featured speaker at the US National Archives, the United States Navy Museum, and the New York Military Affairs Symposium. He was awarded the State History Award in 2011 by the Historical Society of Michigan and is a two-time silver medal and one time gold winner from the Military Writers Society of America. In 2013 Mr. Pardoe won the Harriet Quimby Award from the Michigan Aviation Hall of Fame for his contributions to aviation history.
His books have even been mentioned on the floor of the U.S. Congress. His works have been printed in six languages and he is recognized world-wide for his historical and true crime works.
Victoria Hester became a New York Times Best Selling Author in 2014 for her first true crime work in The Murder of Maggie Hume, the first collaboration with her father, Blaine Pardoe. She is a two-time winner of the Michael Carr Award for her work in nonfiction.
Ms. Hester works at Fauquier Hospital as a Registered Nurse. Wife, mother, nurse, and author; Victoria enjoys researching true crimes as much as writing about them. She specializes in cold cases, “Because that is where I feel I can do the most good – generating tips for the authorities and making sure these victims are not forgotten.”