Tour Dates:

November 27–December 3, 2016
Guadalajara Book Fair
Guadalajara, Mexico

February 15–19, 2017
San Miguel de Allende Writers Conference
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

June 1–2, 2017
Book Expo America
Javits Center
New York City

October 11–15, 2017
Frankfurt Book Fair
Frankfurt, Germany

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Thomas C. Mc Collum III and Gabe Kaplan,
Summer Baseball League
Beverly Hills, CA, 1986

Thomas C. Mc Collum III with John Lodge
of The Moody Blues band and his wife Kirstin

Australian tennis great, Lew Hoad, presenting trophies to Thomas C. Mc Collum III and D. Bolla for being doubles finalists in the Annual Lew Hoad Tennis Tourney. Mijas, Spain, 1984

The Scottish Foursome at the Valderrama Golf Club Tourney, Sotogrande, Spain, 1990

Thomas C. Mc Collum III and 1968 427 Modified Cobra

Thomas C. Mc Collum III and Lynn Swann, summer baseball league 1983 – when they both had hair!

TCMIII trout fishing in the Rockfish River in Central Virginia

Thomas C. Mc Collum III and writer Peter Viertel - Sotogrande, Spain 1992

Thomas C. Mc Collum III and his neighbors Sean and Micheline Connery. 1984 Marbella, Spain

Thomas C. Mc Collum III with Bryant Gumble The Today Show 1995

Thomas C. Mc Collum III and the late Robert Kardashian at the 1999 Larry King Los Angeles Heart Foundation Dinner.

Thomas C. Mc Collum III and host Larry King at the March 1, 2002 Larry King Heart Gala dinner in Washington, DC.

"Uncle Norm is a wild journey of a WWII hero shot down in the jungles of Africa and his torturous return to civilization."
The Atencion, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
"For an insightful look into the soul of what brings about suicide in a normal individual, Whipsocket fits the bill..."
Dr. John Nelson, M.D.
"Tainted interesting medical thriller... Mc Collum makes the medical details microscopically authentic."
Publishers Weekly
"Thomas Mc Collum's Palmer Lake is a disturbing novel offering a glimpse of where the near future just might lead. A wealthy man commits suicide, and his body is cryogenically preserved - but when some question of whether or not he was murdered arises, advances in cryogenic technology imply that he just might be revived to name his killer! Palmer Lake is truly compelling saga of lies, deceit, money, and power."
The Midwest Book Review-
Online magazine
"Small Press Bookwatch"