About the Author

Jennifer Anne Kogler was born and raised in California and currently lives in Seattle with her husband and daughter. She graduated with a degree in English literature from Princeton University. Her first novel, Ruby Tuesday began as her senior thesis in college. Her second novel, The Otherworldlies, was a 2011 Truman Award Nominee. Jennie’s latest two books are The Siren's Cry, a sequel to The Otherworldlies, and The Death Catchers.

Jennie has appeared in front of a wide range of audiences. She delivered a college graduation speech with her twin brother Jeremy (which she assumes provided a convenient bathroom break for the audience before Jerry Seinfeld took the podium), and has spoken at school cafeterias across the country, as well as at the Library of Congress.

She is a graduate of Stanford Law School and has worked as an intern for the Late Show with David Letterman, a clumsy waitress, and an extern for the U.S. Department of Justice. Jennie is a longtime fan of the L.A. Dodgers, which as it turns out, was a great thing to be in the 1980s and not so much since then. She remains hopeful.