Ron Fritsch, who grew up on a farm in Northern Illinois and graduated from the University of Illinois and Harvard Law School, lives in Chicago with his partner of many years, David Darling.
In November 2017, Asymmetric Worlds published Ron’s sixth novel, His Grandfather’s House.
From the back cover: “The neighbors tell Kurt his grandfather, who has been his guardian since he was four years old, committed a series of crimes to acquire his farm. In this coming-of-age novel, Kurt needs to know if the neighbors’ stories are true. The crimes they say his grandfather got away with include fraud, forgery, arson and murder.”
To learn more about His Grandfather’s House, please visit www.hisgrandfathershouse.com.
In July 2016, Asymmetric Worlds published Ron’s fifth novel, Elizabeth Daleiden on Trial.
Elizabeth: “I used to have one son I loved with all my heart. Now I have two.” In this LGBTQ courtroom thriller set in the late 1970s, a politically ambitious state’s attorney charges Elizabeth Daleiden with the murders of her father and two elderly neighbors in the 1950s. Her trial threatens to blow the lid off her Illinois farming community’s darkest secrets.
To learn more about Elizabeth Daleiden on Trial, please visit www.elizabethdaleiden.com.