Dale Estey's published novels include the fantasy A Lost Tale and the thriller The Bonner Deception. He has two editions of humorous short stories, The Elephant Talks to God, which are appreciated by both young and old. His manuscripts range from stories about Druids in the Passing Through Trilogy to Satan's intrusion in the 9/11 destruction of New York. He has filled in the missing diaries of Franz Kafka; recounted the first person dementia of a serial killer; and explored the outrageous lifestyle of the Famous. He currently switches his attention between writing the saga of a family of onion farmers from Fourth century Italy to revealing the machinations of a contemporary NATO thriller. He prefers to travel by train, but embraces the computer age with passion. He is ever on the hunt for unique onion recipes.
"Dale Estey's The Elephant Talks to God
is, first and foremost, a witty, satirical book about the relationship between mortals and an immortal creator."
—Orson Scott Card