Morgan County Midnight – Connor Morgan Series, Book 2

It’s Midnight in Morgan County Ohio


Mayhem in a children’s home, oil magnates, illegal aliens, a marriage on the rocks, criminal minds, and the unexpected impact of a spiritual ministry . . . It’s a rushing vortex of high drama with investigative reporter Connor Morgan caught at the center.

As the Sheriff said, “Three dead bodies, bank fraud, allegations of child abuse, child endangerment, murder, and attempted murder with a weapons specification, felonious assault, arson, perjury and suborning perjury, tampering, frivolous lawsuits, vandalism—not bad for a village the size of McConnelsville!”

Book 2 in the Connor Morgan Series. You don’t want to miss this creative fiction work set in Morgan County, Ohio. Click here for info on Book 1, Morgan County Morning.

J. Mark Jordan


OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERARaised in the Midwest, J. Mark Jordan now lives in Sylvania, Ohio with his wife, Sandy. They have three grown children and a granddaughter. Mark fell in love with southeastern Ohio many years ago and situated his first novel, Morgan County Morning, in the hills of Morgan County along the banks of the historic Muskingum River.

Mark earned a Bachelor of Science in Human Relations from the University of Toledo, and has spent his career as a pastor, organizational official and author. He stays busy writing books and articles, speaking at various engagements, and serving as the Ohio District Superintendent of the United Pentecostal Church International. Mark has over ten published books including Living and Leading and The View from the Back of the Pulpit. When he has time, he enjoys playing golf. You can read more of his work online at

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    • Great! I hope you will leave J. Mark Jordan feedback on Amazon and Barnes and Noble as well! Star Ratings and reader reviews go a long way for authors!

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