Holden, William (1942 - )
William C. Holden III lives in Winter Harbor, ME. He received his M.B.A. from Harvard in 1966. He has worked as a securities analyst, a financial advisor and in real estate. In 1987, he "retired" and bought a farm in Goodwins Mills, ME where he lived for 10 years raising sheep, pigs and goats and starting his writing career. He sold the farm and bought Winter Harbor Lighthouse where he lived until 2004, then moved back to the mainland.
He describes his books as "adventure mysteries with a lot of twists, turns, and wacky characters."
- Amawalk Horsehair: A Novel of Intrigue (1996)
- Eastbound Four: A Novel (1997)
- Ipdown Roses: A Novel (1997)