Norman Giddan has been a practicing psychologist and psychotherapist for forty years, in universities, hospitals and private practice. Also a licensed drug therapist, he has consulted at corporations and government agencies.

He has published seven professional psychology books, and five novels, including Wild Orchards, which was adapted by Jeffrey Bloom for the screenplay, Dysfunction, Two Sweeties, a finalist for the Ariadne Prize, and Future Imperfect. These are all available at

His most recent endeavor is The Revenge Trilogy, crime mysteries that feature ex-cop P.I.’s Kip Crandall and Marty Flores in stories of drugs, murder, kidnapping and theft; cover-up and deceit hide the real facts while revenge is achieved. The first two books in this series, available now in print and as Kindle e-books, are The Rat Murders and The Bogus Killer.