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Fort Macleod author to read from new book

Sean Lennon has published his new book ‘Print.' Lennon will read from the book and discuss it at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 28 at Fort Macleod RCMP Centennial Library.

You think it’s possible someone out there might have the same fingerprint you do?
Scary thought. What are the implications?
You might find a clue by checking out Fort Macleod author Sean Lennon as he reads from his newly published book “Print” at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 28 at the Fort Macleod RCMP Centennial Library.
A murder mystery, Print takes place in Hoboken, New Jersey, where Lennon lived before meeting his wife Lisa Hancock on-line and moving to Fort Macleod in 2001 so they could be together.
“A lawyer is found murdered in his condo,” Lennon said, sketching the novel’s plot. “A single thumbprint is found at the crime scene by the local detectives. Through the evidence, local store owner Craig Waterford is found to be the main suspect. Even though he pleads innocence, the police don’t believe Waterford. So Craig is forced to team up with his old friend and lawyer to find out the truth and reveal the true killer.”
Lennon got the idea for the book while watching a forensic documentary on TV.
“The narrator explained that no two people have the same print,” Lennon said. “This made me think, what if there was someone out there with your same print?”
Now 38, Lennon got the foundation for his writing career studying creative writing at Marymount Manhattan College in New York City. Inspired by the mystery novels of James Patterson and John Sanford, he began creating his own thrillers.
“Print” is Lennon’s first published book. He has two others he’s working on — “Gabriel’s Chosen,” another mystery thriller; and “Perfect Blue Buildings,” what he calls a “dark love story.”
Lennon also has a number of short stories that can be read on-line at
As an operations representative for Sunlife Financial in Lethbridge, Lennon writes in his spare time.
“Every chance I get,” Lennon said. “Mostly on weekends.”
Lennon will have signed copies of “Print” available for sale at the reading.
“Print” can also be purchased at,, and
“Print” can also be ordered through the Chapters store in Lethbridge.