Jonathan Herbert is a freelance writer and novelist. Born in Cincinnati, Ohio and raised in Englewood, Florida. He has been the recipient of many literary awards, including honors in the William Faulkner Literary Competition, Great Midwest Book Festival, and Paris Book Festival. After receiving a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Cincinnati, he spent a few years in Southern California studying literature and film. He then created a Florida fiction series based on an impassioned young journalist, Butch Sands, and his unpredictable life on Pedro Island. Herbert currently lives in Cincinnati with his wife, Angela and their children, Hannah and Luke.
Praise for Jonathan Herbert’s Banyan Street
“Herbert finds a way to reel you in to a disconnected paradise where wealth trumps justice, most of the time.” —Cincinnati Enquirer
“A riveting, engaging first effort by a budding author with talent.”—Englewood Sun
“Herbert is right on point with his novel. Suspenseful, intriguing, and a little shocking.”—Gulf Coast Times
“A nonstop action story with compelling characters and straightforward suspense.” —Amazon.com