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A.J. Low

Biography

A.J. Low

The writers behind the pseudonym A. J. Low are the husband-and-wife team, Adan Jimenez and Felicia Low-Jimenez.

Born in the San Joaquin Valley in California to Mexican immigrant parents, Adan Jimenez became an immigrant himself when he moved to Singapore after completing his studies at New York University. He has worked for comic book stores, book stores and gaming stores. And a hoagie sandwich shop once. He loves comics, LEGOs, books, games (analog and video), "Doctor Who," sandwiches and his wife, Felicia. Not necessarily in that order, though. He also co-wrote the book TWISTED JOURNEYS #22: Hero City.

Felicia Low-Jimenez has worked in the book industry most of her adult life, after graduating with a degree in Business Administration (which she felt was too practical, so she got a graduate degree in Literary Theory). She has bought books, sold books, marketed books, and now she is trying her hand at writing books. She loves to nap and eat chocolate, though not at the same time. She spends most of her free time reading and when she can afford it, she travels. Most of all, she loves her husband, Adan (who insisted that she include this).

A.J. Low

Books by A.J. Low

by A.J. Low - Children's, Children's 8-12, Fiction, Mystery, Science Fiction, Youth Fiction

An exciting new update of the classic Sherlock Holmes detective stories in which Sherlock is a 10-year-old kid living in Singapore and Watson is his trusty robot companion! In SHERLOCK SAM AND THE SINISTER LETTERS IN BRAS BASAH, our kid detective and his robot are all ready to begin studying at a new international school in Singapore. But when another student begins receiving sinister letters from an anonymous source, Sherlock Sam must use his super powers of deduction to help his new friend.

by A.J. Low - Children's 7-11, Mystery, Science Fiction

When ghostly sounds fill the air at one of Singapore's most-loved historical attractions, Sherlock Sam finds himself in the middle of an intriguing mystery. Ghosts don't exist...or do they? Will this puzzle prove too difficult for Sherlock Sam and Watson to solve?

by A.J. Low - Children's 7-11, Mystery, Science Fiction

In SHERLOCK SAM AND THE MISSING HEIRLOOM IN KATONG, Auntie Kim Lian’s precious Peranakan cookbook disappears, and Sherlock Sam cannot eat her delicious ayam buah keluak anymore! Will Sherlock Sam be able to use his super detective powers to find this lost treasure?