Jeffrey Round: The Definition of a Renaissance Man
Ep: 152 Jeffrey Round returns to talk extensively about his writing career plus his work as a model, film maker, musician, and poet. Where does his carefree attitude come from. It was an honor to have him as the last guest on Queer Writers of Crime.
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A Cage of Bones by Jeffrey Round
Jeffrey Round's Amazon Page
Jeffrey Round is best known as the Lambda Award-winning author of two mystery series--the gritty Dan Sharp books and the comic Bradford Fairfax series. He is also an award-winning filmmaker, television producer and songwriter. His first novel, "A Cage of Bones", was topping bestseller lists around the world. Both "A Cage of Bones" and "The P-Town Murders," first in the Bradford Fairfax series were listed on AfterElton's Top 100 Greatest Gay Books in 2008. Jeffrey's "Endgame" was called a "brilliant recreation" of Agatha Christie's best-selling mystery "And Then There Were None", giving the original what one critic called a "punk-rock reboot." It became a best-selling e-book in the US in 2016.
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