Jeffrey Martin attended Hawaii Pacific University and earned an Associate of Arts Degree in Psychology with a minor in music from Upper Iowa University. He is a former Marine and semi-professional football player. He works as a federal law enforcement officer in Iowa.
Jeff is the author of thriller, suspense, and horror books and stories. His first novel, Lucifer’s Calling, was published by Vanilla Heart Publishing in 2008. The follow up novel, Deadly Demented, was published in 2009, also by Vanilla Heart Publishing.
Since his novels first appeared, Jeff has also published several ebook short stories. “Dead Holiday” was the first short story in the Mark Blankenship series. It was published by Echelon Press in December 2009. In April 2010, he made a free read, “House of Misery,” available on his website. In August 2010, the next installment of the Blankenship series was published on Smashwords.com.
His latest novel, 3:16, was published 2010 by Cold Moon Press. He continues to write short stories and has begun research on his next novel.
Hustling the almighty dollar.On the road,it gives it takes.
Notebook writing.Novel in progress. Home. A mortgaged ranch in the Southland. Work takes me to Visalia,Ca.Late great San Joaquin Valley.Ghost of Joaquin Murrieta haunts this fertile landscape. Breadbasket of U.S.A. The other California.Okies. immigrant laborers,water wars.Gangs and drugs.A bucolic way of life in the New America.Checked out your page.Like they say Misery is a choice.Nice story
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