Scottsdale, AZ, March 11, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- In June, Charles G. Irion author of the Summit Murder Mystery Series is heading to Peru to begin a new adventure. In keeping with the philanthropy efforts that Irion holds dear, while in Peru, Irion will be performing one day of community service helping disabled children in Nuestra Senora del Carmen—in Cusco, Peru. Irion can’t wait, “I am really looking forward to this trip, it is sure to be memorable and one I will treasure for a lifetime.”
Irion is joining K2 Adventures Foundation on this trip and it will start out with a visit to the spectacular cities of Lima, Cusco, and Aguas Calientes. Including guided tours of the historic city of Cusco, and a six day hike to reach the ancient city Machu Picchu, Irion will clearly be in his element. No stranger to mountain climbing after his climbs up Mt. Everest in 1987, and Mt. Kilimanjaro in 2011, Irion is looking forward to adding this mountain to his ever growing list of accomplishments.
Sure to be a world class adventure, there is no doubt fans of the Summit Murder Mystery Series hope that Irion will walk away from this trip with an idea for a new book. “You never know!” laughs Irion.
About Charles Irion – Charles G. Irion is a publisher, author, entrepreneur, adventurer and philanthropist. For several decades Irion has been the sole proprietor and broker for U.S. Park Investments, a leading operator of manufactured Home and RV communities in the United States.
With a passion for the written word, Irion made his dream a reality when he released the first book in his Hell Series, Remodeling Hell in 2007. All based on Irion’s real life hellish events, Autograph Hell, Car Dealer Hell, and Divorce Hell soon followed. While writing the Hell Series, the start of the Summit Murder Mystery Series began. Inspired by Irion’s 1987 attempt to climb Mt. Everest, and later, a 2011 climb up Mt. Kilimanjaro, each book in the series is set atop the highest point of the world’s seven continents. Fans of the series state that you can feel the thrill of the climb with every turn of the page. The climb begins with Murder on Everest, and continues with Murder on Elbrus, Murder on Mt. McKinley, Murder on Puncak Jaya, Murder on Aconcagua, Murder on Vinson massif and ends with Murder on Kilimanjaro.
Irion is a founder of his own children’s dictionary charity, is a founding member of Phoenix Social Venture Partners and is an advisory board member for Project C.U.R.E., Irion’s philanthropic contributions span decades and can be seen locally and globally.
To learn more about Charles G. Irion, please visit www.charlesirion.com and www.irionbooks.com