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J. L. Abramo

Author of Catching Water in a Net

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J. L. Abramo was born in Brooklyn on Raymond Chandler’s fifty-ninth birthday. Abramo earned a BA in Sociology at the City College of New York and a Masters in Social Psychology at the University of Cincinnati.

Abramo is the author of “Catching Water in a Net” (2001), winner of the St. Martin’s Press/Private Eye Writers of America prize for Best First Private Eye Novel; and the subsequent Jake Diamond mysteries “Clutching at Straws” and “Counting to Infinity”.

Abramo’s latest novel, “Gravesend”, will be released by Down and Out Books in trade paper and eBook on September 25, 2012.
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