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Stephen Mack Jones was born in Lansing, Michigan. He worked unhappily in advertising and marketing communications for many years before making a daring escape into novel writing. He began writing poetry, and then delved into playwriting. His plays include Back in the World and The American Boys, which explore the experiences of African-American Vietnam War veterans, and have been produced in New York City, Chicago, Detroit, and Boston.

Now Jones also writes novels, with his first, August Snow, having been published in 2017. Both his plays and novels are critically acclaimed and his writing has won several awards, which are listed at the bottom of this page. He was also a recipient of the prestigious Kresge Arts in Detroit Literary Fellowship. Jones lives with his wife in Farmington Hills, outside Detroit, where he was once stalked by a book club crammed inside VW bug. When not writing, Jones enjoys watching television and cooking.

Stephen Mack Jones Book List and Awards
Author's website: www.stephenmackjones.com
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Dead of Winter
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Dead of Winter by Stephen Mack Jones
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Author Signed Hardcover Book. May 2021 NY: Soho Crime 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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Stephen Mack Jones Bibliography


Novels

  • August Snow - 2017
  • Lives Laid Away - 2019
  • Dead of Winter - May 2021

Plays

  • The American Boys
  • Back in the World - 1984
  • Cadillac Kiss

Stephen Mack Jones Awards

  • Kresge Arts in Detroit Literary Fellowship recipient
  • Hammet Prize winner
  • Nero Award winner
  • Shamus Award nominee
  • Strand Magazine Critics Award nominee

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