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Kevin St. Jarre (1968 - )
Genre: Short Stories, Mystery, General Fiction
Kevin St. Jarre
(1968 - )
Maine native Kevin St. Jarre (born 26 July 1968) was raised in Madawaska, lived for a while in Rochester, NH, and in 2006 moved, with his wife, Jennifer, and three children, back to Madawaska to teach social studies at Fort Kent Community High School. He worked in U.S. Army intelligence for six years, stationed and serving in Germany, Saudi Arabia, and Iraq. He has served on the Madawaska Board of Selectmen and was town manager for the Town of Grand Isle. He earned an English degree at the University of Maine at Fort Kent in 1997. Other jobs have included print journalist, corporate technical trainer, and high school teacher at Caribou High School (ME) and at Noble High School in North Berwick, ME. He presents workshops at education forums and on topics such as leadership, learning communities, data collection, standards and rubrics, time and resource management, etc.
St. Jarre is a novelist, poet, short story writer, and author of works of narrative non-fiction.
Night Stalkers, the first novel in a three-book series -- military thrillers whose milieu
is the war on terror -- was published under the pen name Michael Hawke in 2005. It features a
Special Ops night-fighting aviation force. The second title in the series is Night Stalkers: Coercion (2005), the third is Night Stalkers: Homefront (2006). More information about
the Night Stalkers series and St. Jarre is available in a Jan. 2005 Portsmouth
and on St. Jarre's website.