Jeffrey M. Freeman is a retired colonel, US Army. He served thirty-three years, active and Reserve. In 2003-2005, he was recalled from retirement to chronicle the Top Secret history of the Iraq War for The Joint Staff.
Jeff grew up in Vermont. He is a graduate of the University of Vermont with a major in Mass Communications and a minor in theatre. He is also a graduate of the Army War College.
After leaving the Pentagon in 1996, he returned to acting in Orlando, Florida and penned his first novel. He has appeared in many stage, screen, and television productions.
He is a five-time awards recipient from Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge for essays on the American way of life. His article, Perseverance Pays Off, was published in Dr. Robert Schuller’s Possibilities magazine. Too Many Coincidences at Pinnacle Point is his seventh novel, the third in the Pinnacle Point series.
Henry's Adventures on Not-So-Good Island is his first children's book.
He currently resides in northeast Tennessee where he continues to write and act.