Author: Jeffrey Perren

From: United States of America United States of America

Author Bio

Jeffrey Perren wrote his first short story at age 12 and went on to win the Bank of America Fine Arts award at age 17. Since then he has published at award-winning sites and magazines from the U.S. to New Zealand. Educated in philosophy at UCLA and in physics at UC Irvine, he was born in Independence, MO right around the corner from Harry Truman’s house. But then, at the time, everything there was right around the corner from Harry Truman’s house. His debut novel was "Cossacks In Paris," an historical adventure set in Napoleonic Europe. His second, “Death is Overrated,” a romantic mystery, is the story of a scientist who must prove he didn't kill himself. His third is “Clonmac's Bridge,” an archaeological thriller and historical mystery set in contemporary and 9th century Ireland. His latest “The Lighthouse Pylon,” a novel of romantic suspense about a lonely lighthouse keeper who discovers at last his ideal woman — and finds her a very dark lady indeed.

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