Patrick Whitehurst is a fiction and non-fiction author. As a journalist, he’s worked for a number of newspapers and covered everything from the heartbreaking deaths of nineteen Granite Mountain Hotshots to President Barack Obama’s visit to Grand Canyon. He’s also the author of the novellas Monterey Noir and Monterey Pulp, with a third, Monterey Lies, in the works. His most recent book, The Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History, covers the story behind the beloved Pacific Grove landmark. He’s currently at work on the nonfiction book, Haunted Monterey County, for The History Press. He lives with his fiancee and four little dogs on the Central Coast.