For decades, Jeanne Winer was a successful criminal defense attorney based in Boulder. Over 35 years she represented thousands of individuals and her cases have included murder and kidnapping and a death row case.
Jeanne Winer also played a key role in a landmark civil rights case that worked its way all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court.
All along the way, Jeanne harbored a dream to write fiction.
In 2012, Jeanne published her first novel The Furthest City Light through Bella Books and now, six years later Jeanne’s second novel, Her Kind of Case, is being published by Bancroft Books. In fact, it comes out next week (Aug. 15) and Jeanne has two upcoming launch events—one in her home town of Boulder and one in Denver.
Her Kind of Case has already drawn starred reviews from Booklist, Kirkus and Library Journal. Longtime best-selling mystery writer Stephanie Kane called it “an entertaining story with an immense heart.”
As you will hear, Jeanne is humble, under-stated, and has it all in perspective.
Jeanne Winer's website
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