About Richard Ebert

Richard Ebert, suspense thriller novelist and travel photographer
Richard Ebert

Richard Ebert started as a photographer and cinematographer. Then he was president of two advertising agencies before becoming president of a consulting firm serving Fortune 500 companies in the US, Canada, Mexico and Chile. Since retiring, Richard has pursued three passions: writing, travel and photography. He lives in Saint Paul, Minnesota, with his wife and has two adult children plus two grandsons.

Novelist at RichardEbert.com

Richard has written seven novels but, until recently, all were unpublished. “Creating suspenseful stories with interesting characters was a fun hobby. Entertaining only friends and family was initially gratifying. But now I invite a larger audience to experience the tumultuous lives of the imaginary people I’ve created and care for.”

The first novel Richard published in May 2024 was Silentcide: The Art of Undetected Killing. Coming in September 24, 2024, is the exciting sequel: Silentcide 2: Vengeance. Another Silentcide novel is being written featuring the international exploits of atypical assassins Chris Davis and his sister Michelle. Future plans include releasing two suspense novels set in the 1990s: The Manipulator and The Protector.

Travel Photographer at EncirclePhotos.com

Travel Guides: While exploring over 840 cities in 83 countries in 50 states, Richard photographed 11,100 places to see. His free worldwide travel guides include detailed descriptions, addresses, and interactive maps with driving and walking directions.

Emails: Receive free daily or weekly emails featuring One City a Week, One Photo a Day.

Facebook: Features a different city every week with One Photo a Day on Encircle Photos Facebook.

About Encircle

Encircle Books™ and Encircle™ Photos are registered trademarks owned by Encircle World Photos, LLC, a Minnesota limited liability company. All written material and photographs are registered with the United States Copyright Office and contain the notification “Copyright [year] Richard F. Ebert All Rights Reserved.”