Wil Mara

Wil Mara began his professional work in the literary field as an editor with TFH Publications, the world’s largest publisher of animal books. He left TFH to work for Harcourt-Brace, where he began his first foray into fiction, ghostwriting a title for the popular Boxcar Children Mysteries. By his fifth Boxcar, he was also editing for textbook publisher Prentice Hall and writing extensively for the school-library market. Frame 232, Wil’s first novel featuring Jason Hammond, has earned scores of excellent reviews, reached the number one spot in its category on Amazon.com, and won the 2013 Lime Award for Excellence in Fiction.