is retired and lives with his family in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. He has had careers in military, business, and airport security. He has travelled by camel in Morocco, skied in the Swiss Alps, and visited a sunken city in the Mediterranean. After a number of short stories, he wrote, "Jewel of Marrakesh," a story of a Moroccan princess, a leader of the "Me" generation, where money is no object, loves her shopping sprees, her cell phone, and being spolied. When she is kidnapped by terrorists, it interuptes her bored life.
Jack has just finished his second novel, " Moonshine or Dirty Faces." Boothleggers, moonshine and murder. Available on Amazon.