Born in Aurora, Illinois, during World War II, Jerry Hanson grew up on a dairy farm in rural Yorkville. As a teenager he worked as a bank teller and as a printer's devil for a weekly newspaper. After four years in the U.S. Air Force, he returned to Yorkville and a job at the bank. At age 52 he retired from the banking business with a list of things he wanted to experience. He has since studied Anthropology at Northern Illinois University, driven an eighteen wheeler from coast to coast, toured the U.S. on a Harley Davidson and written four novels. Hanson is a licensed pilot and is currently enjoying the role of author.
For information about other books by Jerald Hanson please visit: The Innocent Hero, Angela and William, Forth and Back