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Jason Hardy

Jason Hardy taught high school English before getting his MFA from Louisiana State University and later became a probation and parole officer in New Orleans. Originally from Louisiana, he now lives in Red Bank, New Jersey, with his wife and is a special agent for the FBI. The Second Chance Club is his first book.
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