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Jack Kerley is an American author. He spent 20 years in a successful advertising career before writing his first book. He currently lives in Newport, Kentucky, and is married with two children.
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Jack Kerley is the author of the Carson Ryder novels, with the seventh installment due in summer of 2010. His short stories are "Almost There", published in Southern Review, Spring 2004, University of Louisiana Press, and "A Season of Moles", published in Stories from the Blue Moon Café III: Anthology of Southern Writers, McAdam/Cage, 2004, ed. Sonny Brewer. Kerley's second book, The Death Collectors, was voted "Best Mystery Novel of the Decade" in Japan. Kerley's books have been translated into ten languages and published primarily in England now.
- The Hundredth Man; E.P. Dutton; 320 pp. ISBN 0-525-94821-X (hardcover)
- The Death Collectors; E.P. Dutton; 320 pp. ISBN 0-525-94877-5 (hardcover)
- The Broken Souls or The Garden Of Vipers (USA); E.P.Dutton; 334 pp. ISBN 0-525-94952-6 (hardcover)
- Little Girls Lost; HarperCollins; 400 pp. ISBN 0-00-721435-9
- Originally scheduled for 2008, rescheduled for 2010
- Blood Brother; HarperCollins; ISBN 978-0-00-726907-5