Mark Beauregard

Mark Beauregard, who has also been published under the name Mark Zero, has been a journalist, magazine editor and most recently, manager of nonprofit arts and community organizations.

He has lived in many places throughout the United States and in Europe and currently resides in Tucson, Arizona.

Bibliography:

Published as Mark Beauregard:

The Whale: A Love Story

Published as Mark Zero:

Blood & Chocolate

The Scarlet Dove

Give the Drummer Some

The French Art of Stealing

The French Art of Revenge

Links:

http://www.bookmarkbeauregard.com/mark-beauregard.html

https://www.facebook.com/MarkBeauregardAuthor/

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The Whale: A Love Story" was featured on Books & Co. on July 7, 2016.

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