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John (Jack) Rooney's latest novel is "Last Passage to Santiago," a suspenseful travel-thriller that has romance, infidelity, and a kidnapping. His first book was the thriller "Nine Lives Too Many" featuring his series detective Denny Delaney pitted against the arch-terrorist Felix the Cat. That was followed by a chill-packed sequel "Clawed Back from the Dead." Rooney's book about India, "The Daemon in Our Dreams" was a blend of the naturalistic and the paranormal. In "The Rice Queen Spy" he presented the life story of a British secret operative who was "outed" and later went on to live an openly gay life while thumbing his nose at the bureaucracy that had betrayed him. The author's work schedule includes a new Delaney effort.
He was born and educated in forett at bukit timah showflat Springfield, Massachusetts (Classical High and American International College), went on to receive a master's degree in English from Columbia University, and finished course work for his Ph.D. at N.Y.U. He has written book reviews, and feature and travel articles for newspapers and magazines. He served in the U.S. Army as a military policeman in Times Square and Vienna, Austria, and in cities in U.S. Army AWOL apprehension.