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The Daemon in Our Dreams
March 1, 2007
Available: March 2, 2007
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Nine Lives Too Many
July 1, 2004
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John F. Rooney


John (Jack) Rooney was born and educated in Springfield, Massachusetts (Classical High School and American International College). He wrote book reviews and feature articles for the Springfield newspapers.

After receiving his M.A. in Arts and Science from Columbia University, he worked for the Cunard Cruise Lines as a business correspondent at 25 Broadway, went on to serve in the U.S. Army as a military policeman in the Times Square detachment, in civies in AWOL apprehension, and in Vienna, Austria. At various times he was an advertising manager, a real estate broker, and an expeditor in a magneto factory.

He completed his course work for his Ph.D at NYU, and worked as a teacher, a department chair, and a curriculum coordinator in the Farmingdale, NY, public schools.

A world traveler and cruise ship enthusiast, he has published travel articles and feature articles. He has written novels, screenplays, and a stage play. He has just completed a novel about a veteran British spy who faces a life crisis and thumbs his nose at the establishment.

His favorite cities are New York, London, and Sydney, Australia. He is an avid theatergoer, movie buff, and reader of British procedural mysteries. His favorite drink is a vodka martini on the rocks, extra extra dry with a twist of lemon, which for the most part, he drinks in moderation.

He is the author of the terrorist thriller Nine Lives Too Many featuring his series detective Denny Delaney and the arch-terrorist Felix the Cat. His latest novel is the suspense novel The Daemon in Our Dreams which is a blend of the naturalistic and the supernatural. His work schedule includes a new Denny Delaney effort and a novel about a sea journey from Buenos Aires to Santiago around Cape Horn.

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