Jack Dunn is an international, award winning author - 2008 USA IPPY Silver Medal for historical fiction. He has written 14 novels and 2 screenplays. His style of writing is a unique blending of historical events set in present day fast-paced action, thriller stories. His first book, The Diary of General William Goffe was released in 1982. It was syndicated in The New England region Advocate newspapers in 20 weekly instalments. It is estimated that from Vermont to New York City millions of readers read the story. The Dance through the Maze followed next in 1989. The Vatican Boys was first published and released in 1997. Then came Holyoke, The Belle Skinner Legacy in 2003 and Dan's Big Idea in 2007. The 2008 novel Babylon's Tablet of Destiny won Jack the prestigious national writing award presented in New York City in 2009. Ark Evil was published in 2010, The Third Secret of Fatima - Spanish Atlantis in 2012, The Little Book of Copying in 2013, Dagon's Hat in 2013 and Whorlland in 2014. The Brown Code followed in 2014 and The Durer Mystery in 2015. Jack's most recent story, Devils in the Country - The Jack Dunn Story was released in 2016. Jack travels all over the world to find material for his stories, searching libraries, historical sites, remote places and secret histories that have long been forgotten. He lives in Western Massachusetts.