Jeffrey Round is the author of nine novels, including the Lambda Award-winning Lake on the Mountain, and a poetry collection, In the Museum of Leonardo da Vinci. His first two books, A Cage of Bones and The P-town Murders, were listed on AfterElton's Top 50 Greatest Gay Books. He is a founding member of the Naked Heart Festival of Words and lives in Toronto.
An entertaining mix of classic cozy ... and contemporary characters and subject matter. * Booklist * Sly, smart, stylish and satisfying: Jeffrey Round's Endgame has more than one twisty move, right up to the final checkmate. * Felice Picano, author of Like People In History and Nights at Rizzoli * Round succeeds in making the story his own while staying true to [Agatha] Christie's original framework. A must read for fans of both authors. * Publishers Weekly * Exciting and suspenseful. Pays tribute to Agatha Christie ... a must read for fans of both authors. * Publishers Weekly * Round knows how to build suspense. * StageandPage.com * There is no denying that it is fun to watch people pay for their sins. * My Gay Toronto * Lambda Award winner Round's (Lake on the Mountain) contemporary homage to Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None is far from derivative. Be prepared to read this in one sitting. * Library Journal * Sustains a suitably eerie atmosphere. * London Free Press * [A] consistently compelling read replete with unexpected plot twists and turns making it highly recommended for personal reading lists. * Midwest Book Review *