Jeff with sister Patty Fall & volunteer Carol Lenssen at the historic Sam Brown Log Cabin in Browns Valley, MN in June 2015.

Photo by Janet Jensen Presley.

Jeff Falkingham, 8585 Braxton Dr. Eden Prairie MN 55347 
952-949-0683 (leave message  /  jflknghm@hotmail.com

For Bio, visit Author Page on Amazon 

Caper’ & ‘Search’ now FREE to MN eBook readers!
​     Good news for book clubs, classroom teachers, ‘community reads’ programs - and all other eBook readers across Minnesota: With the advent of ‘MURDER in Minnesota! Two Sherlockian Tales by Jeff Falkingham,’ the author’s two original titles have been added to the BiblioBoard Library mobile and web platform!
     This means that everyone in your club, classroom or community has access to their own FREE eBook copy of Jeff’s ‘Sherlock Holmes and the County Courthouse Caper’ as well its sequel, ‘Sherlock Holmes: In Search of the Source’ - via the ‘Indie Minnesota’ program at libraries across the state! 
     Just click below on the Cover of the book you want - or click on the Indie Minnesota logo, choose the 'Young Adult' Collection, and hit EXPLORE to find these books & others, courtesy of BiblioBoard and independent authors across Minnesota. NO special software is needed to read the EPUB books on your home computer & most mobile devices include the appropriate app.








 



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Jeff's work added to Beacon Booklist!
     (Feb. 2019) ‘MURDER in Minnesota! Two Sherlockian Tales by Jeff Falkingham’ has been added to the list of books recommended by the Beacon Society for young adult readers (teens/near-teens) ‘to enjoy and use for research purposes.’ The Beacon Society, based in Boston, promotes local programs and resources that ‘bring the magic of Sherlock Holmes to life’ for students, in their homes, their schools and their communities.
     This is the second time the Beacon Society has recognized Jeff’s work; he earlier shared a Jan Stauber Award for his school Book Talks program. He also has received recognition (and awards) from the Norwegian Explorers of Minnesota for his efforts to promote Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s ‘Sherlock Holmes’ stories. Jeff regularly performs at schools, libraries, book or social clubs, historical societies, care facilities and other venues. 
     If you'd like Jeff to speak with your group, use the Contact Form above to reach him. Rates are reasonable - and he loves to travel!