Pass Christian, Mississippi, United States
He was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and grew up in Gibsonia. Formerly a jazz musician, he studied music at Duquesne University before being drafted into the U.S. Army. He was a member of the 80th Army Band at Hunter Army Airfield in Savannah, Georgia, and also performed in the Third Army Soldier Show at Fort McPherson in Atlanta, Georgia. He also served as a bugler at nearly two hundred military funerals between 1970 and 1971. He's been a caricaturist, nightclub musician, and data-processing associate.
He lives on a thirty-acre horse ranch in southern Mississippi with his wife Linda, their horses, and two dogs.
He writes suspense, urban fantasy, paranormal, horror, and humor. He has also written the dystopian novel, Wagon Driver, and two apocalyptic novels, And Darkness Fell and After Darkness Fell. Many of his novels deal with death but are also spiced with humor, such as Stepping Out of My Grave, and both the Funny Detective and Demon Chaser series.
He is presently working on another urban fantasy novel as well as the fourth installment of the Demon Chaser series.
Interests: books, movies, jazz music, dog rescue
Published writer: Yes