Kerry Zukus’ debut novel, The Fourth House (2007), was a Featured Selection of the Book of the Month Club, the Doubleday Book Club, and the Literary Guild, divisions of Random House/Doubleday Entertainment, where it sold out its first two printings. The Fourth House was named a finalist for the prestigious James Jones Award, given annually to best first novel by an American author. Kerry is an alumnus of Berklee College of Music in Boston, where he studied composition and arranging while appearing as an actor in theaters all over New England. He is also the co-author of Paul Rusesabagina: Hollywood’s Make-Believe Hero, with Edouard Kayihura, a memoir and critical deconstruction of the heralded Hollywood movie Hotel Rwanda. He lives in Little Silver, New Jersey.