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H.C. Johnson


H.C. Johnson is a nationally award-winning investigative reporter. His stories have appeared in the Washington Post, The New York Times, Time Magazine and dozens of other publications. Johnson has produced investigations for 60 Minutes, had stories cited by the network nightly news broadcasts and local TV stations across the U.S. In addition, his major investigation involving money given to a U.S. Senator by an international arms dealer, was memorialized in The Almanac of American Politics.

Johnson is a multiple Emmy Award winner. Other awards include those from the AP, Radio & TV News Directors Association and The Society of Professional Journalists award for Public Service.

H.C. Johnson is also author of a book on bicycling: Paths To Pedal. He is proud that he hasn't yet succumbed to the allure of an electric bicycle.

Books by H.C. Johnson

Domestic Deceit by H.C. Johnson. Book cover
Come along on this powerfully gripping investigation as reporter K.J. Corchoran unravels a secret psychological program that has government neuroscientists on the verge of cracking the brain’s synaptic code. Their discovery is stunning: Deep in the brain’s recesses, a small anomaly is creating an evil evolutionary defect in a growing cluster of the population—including the domestic terrorists responsible for attempting to overthrow democracy during the January 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol.
Fiction > Mystery & Thrillers