Jack Du Brul is a highly respected American author celebrated for his contribution to adventure literature. Born and raised in Burlington, Vermont, Du Brul's passion for writing was kindled during his formative years. He attended the Grahm Junior College in Boston, where he majored in Professional Writing. It was during these years that he started honing his unique storytelling skills and developing a knack for suspense and thrill, which would later become his signature style.
Du Brul's writing career truly took off with the publication of his first novel, "The Medusa Stone," in 1999. His breakthrough, however, came when he partnered with the renowned author Clive Cussler to continue the popular Oregon Files series. His powerful narratives and meticulously researched plots soon earned him a reputation as a master of adventure writing. Across his career, Du Brul's books have consistently topped bestseller charts, gaining him a very loyal international fan base.
Beyond being a prolific writer, Du Brul is an intrepid explorer whose globally-spanning adventures significantly inspire his writing. These expeditions, merging with his knack for historical and scientific accuracy, breathe life and authenticity into his works. Despite his meteoric rise in the literary world and the demands of his writing career, Du Brul stays true to his Vermont roots, where he continues to reside and create stories that captivate and thrill readers around the world.