Come meet local author Clay G. Small and hear the tale of his newest thriller! Whether you are familiar with the world of Henry Lindon from author Clay Small's first book, "Heels Over Head," or this is your introduction to his works, you're in for an exciting and unusual international adventure with characters that will live on in your memory long after you've finished the book.
Professor Henry Lindon’s plane has just touched down in Amsterdam, where he’s come to work as a visiting professor. The taxi drops him off at an elegant building at Roetersstraat 8-1, where he’s greeted by his university liaison and soon-to-be neighbor, the lovely and spunky art professor Bernadette Gordon. But troubles from the past soon cross the Atlantic. Lindon discovers that the notorious Dutch art forger Han van Meegeren, born in 1899, is about to play a part in Lindon’s own personal drama. With evil closing in, Lindon, Bernadette, and Marylou find that secrets of the art world may hold the key to settling old scores and putting a predator away for good.
During his thirty-year career at PepsiCo, Inc., Clay G. Small was General Counsel of nearly all of PepsiCo’s current and former divisions, including Frito-Lay, Pepsi-Cola, Pizza Hut, Kentucky Fried Chicken, and PepsiCo Wines & Spirits. Clay received his JD from Southern Methodist University (member of Law Review and Barristers) in Dallas and received his BA in English from Ohio Wesleyan University, where he was a two-time all-American soccer player and drafted by The Dallas Tornado. Clay is also a Fellow of the Dallas Bar Association. He has come full circle returning to Southern Methodist University as a Professor in the Cox School of Business and a member of the Law School Executive Committee. He is also a visiting professor at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Informed by his experiences as a husband, father, professor, executive, and world traveler, Clay has shaped multidimensional characters and thrilling storylines in "Heels over Head" and "The Forger’s Forgery" that bring readers to the front lines of human engagement.