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Author Gerry BoyleGerry Boyle was born in Chicago and attended Colby College in Main, majoring in literature at which time he began to write short stories and poetry.

Boyle's first career was in journalism. He began as a reporter at the Rumford Falls Times, a weekly in Rumford, and then moved to the Morning Sentinel, a daily in Waterville, Maine. He later became a full-time columnist on the paper.

As Boyle traveled around Maine looking for stories, he invented a freelance journalist-detective called Jack McMorrow. The first McMorrow mystery, Deadline, was published in 1993. Two years later, it was followed by Bloodline, and there are now nine books in the series.

Boyle left the Morning Sentinel in 1999 but until 2001 continued to write a column for the paper from time to time. In 2000, he became editor of Colby Magazine.
Boyle is married and has three children. He and his wife currently live in central Maine.

Cover Story
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Cover Story by Gerry Boyle

Pretty Dead
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Pretty Dead by Gerry Boyle

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Author Signed Hardcover Book.  2000 NY: Berkley Crim  First edition, first printing, mint, new/unread in a flawless dust jacket, signed by the author.  Each dust jacket is protected in an acid-free archival quality acetate cover.

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Gerry Boyle Bibliography

Jack McMorrow Series

Deadline (1993)

Bloodline (Putnam, 1995)

Lifeline (1996)

Potshot (1997)

Borderline (1998)

Cover Story (1999)

Pretty Dead (2003)

Home Body (2004)

Damaged Goods (2010)

Brandon Blake Series

Port City Shakedown (2009)