Mark: Author, Lecturer, Psychotherapist and Trainer
Meet Mark: Mystery Writer Meet Mark Schorr

After a 16-year hiatus, the Portland Oregon author Mark Schorr returned with the noir psychological thriller "Borderline." The title comes from a personality disorder diagnosis of individuals prone to highly emotional, often destructive acts as well as chaotic relationships. "Borderline" is Mark Schorr's tenth novel and now available in both paperback and hard cover editions.

An eleventh novel, "Fixation," again featuring counselor Brian Hanson, was released in June 2008 by St. Martin's Press. For more information, click on Fixation in the menu below. Click Here to Purchase "Fixation."

Starting in 1982, with the Edgar-nominated "Red Diamond, Private Eye," Schorr drew on his many experiences as a bouncer, private investigator, a

newspaper reporter, press secretary, and an international courier to create nine mysteries/thrillers. He lived in New York, Washington D.C., and Los Angeles before settling in Portland, Oregon. He has worked for CBS, NBC, USA Today, New York Magazine and the Los Angeles Herald Examiner. After earning his degree in counseling psychology, Schorr became a psychotherapist and began working with clients facing enormous challenges. Suicidal, homicidal, many addicted, survivors of severe trauma, and people with paranoid schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and complex combinations of multiple ailments.

When not writing or doing therapy, Mark Schorr is known as an entertaining and informative lecturer. He's spoken locally, nationally and internationally on a wide variety of subjects, at an equally diverse number of venues. Information about Mark's speaking engagements and training sessions can be viewed by clicking on "Presentations" in the menu below.

Be sure to visit Mark on twitter @schorrm