Keith Massey, Ph.D.
Greetings. I'm Keith
I was born in Wisconsin, of
I studied Latin, then Greek,
then Hebrew and finally
Arabic. But my dream was
always to be a novelist.
Now, what could possibly
come of all that language
9/11, that's what.
I'm the author of
In addition to this Arabic
language guide, I've
published a number of
novels with Lingua Sacra
After 9/11 I was hired by the National Security Agency, where I
would work for more than four years. I'm honored to have received
the Global War on Terrorism Civilian Service Medal for my service
After I felt I had had enough of espionage adventures, I left the
Agency and became a Latin teacher. And then I wrote Intermediate
Arabic for Dummies, and a series of novels, featuring a protagonist
who was raised in Wisconsin and then ended up somehow at the
NSA. In other words, I wrote what I know.
Whether you like action, time-travel, romance, or thrilling
adventures, there's something here for everyone! Click to
explore them in detail.
A Place of Brightness
5 Star Amazon Review: "This was an amazing book ... I
also loved how well the book combined high-suspense
spy-thriller action with human drama."
Amor Vincit Omnia: an Andrew Valquist Adventure
5 Star Amazon Review: "It is an interesting and exciting
read; the kind of book you can't put down but then you are
sorry when you get to the last page and you crave more."
Next Stop Spanish
5 Star Amazon Review: "Next Stop Spanish offers both
an enjoyable reading experience and a chance to become
familiar with a new language."
In Saecula Saeculorum
5 Star Amazon Review: "All the deliciously absurd action
and adventure was kept intact, the grittiness treated simply
and every character had an good amount of development.
It was so honest. Although to be honest, my favorite part
was the dialogue. Oh, the quips! I won't spoil any but the
one liners the characters pull off with such ease will have
you in stitches."