Jackson Burnett is the name used by a writer, lawyer, and amateur fiddle player who lives in a southwestern American city. He is a fan of the roller derby, Italian opera, and old-time country and roots music.
Burnett describes his legal mystery, The Past Never Ends, as "James Lee Burke meets Erle Stanley Gardner somewhere in Oklahoma." Other influences include Raymond Chandler, James M. Cain, and Larry McMurtry. He considers Florida noir writer, Vicki Hendricks, to be one of the most powerful authors writing today.
Besides mysteries, Burnett writes short literary fiction and essays.
The Past Never Ends is his first published novel.
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