Jack Kerley spent twenty
years in advertising before writing The
Hundredth Man, his first novel. In
talking about himself he says, 'I enjoy
playing guitar, and will fish for anything,
anytime, anywhere...I spend a goodly amount
of time in Fairhope, Alabama, on the eastern
shore of Mobile Bay, and a fine place for
writing and fishing....All things
considered, Id prefer being buried in a
bookstore than a cemetery, but suspect
zoning codes prohibit that sort of thing,
more's the pity'.
Coming Soon: A second Carson Ryder/Harry Nautilus novel, The Death Collectors, will publish in hardcover next week and has already received promising pre-publication reviews.
To quote Jack Kerley, 'If you're gonna plunk down twenty-five or so bucks for a book, Ill do my best to make it worth your while!
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