Born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri, Tim Fleming is a graduate of the University of Missouri, where he earned advanced degrees in English and Education. He has worked as a writer, editor, and college English instructor. His published stories include works across several genres. His first historical novel, Murder Of An American Nazi, was published in 2008. “The Barefoot Hero,” a 2010 work of literary fiction, was published in the short story anthology, Writers On The Wrong Side Of The Road. His screenplay, Boats Against The Current, won top honors at the Skyfest Film Festival in 2011. His short story, “Back To Lopez Island,” was published in 2012 in The Speed Of Dark, a horror anthology. Fleming’s latest work is The President’s Mortician, A Story Of How And Why JFK’s Murder Was Executed And Covered Up.