Jules Cassard

As a popular former radio and television personality in his hometown of New Orleans, Jules Cassard knows how to tell a good story. In fact, he considers that experience as well as his seven years performing theatrically with the National Comedy Company to be at least as important to his writing abilities as his Degree in English Literature from the University of New Orleans. That may be why his satirical style of crime fiction has been described as “a unique blend of the comic and the tragic” and “the best kind of black humor.” Jules Cassard is the author of several short stories such as “The Inanimates” and “A Codependent Pistol” as well as the plays “Stuck Together” and “First Impression.” He lives in New Orleans with his wife and two children. “Dirt Nap Rhapsody” is his first novel.


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