Jeb Ladouceur

The author of a dozen thrillers, Long Island’s bestselling writer, Jeb Ladouceur, has completed his timely new novel, ‘The Ghostwriters.’ The book explores the relationship between Pulitzer Prize-winning, Harper Lee ('To Kill a Mockingbird’ and ‘Go Set a Watchman’) and her childhood next-door neighbor friend, Truman Capote (‘In Cold Blood’). Having met Capote in Bridgehampton, Long Island, in 1981, Ladouceur has written ‘The Ghostwriters’ in Capote’s fiction-based-on-fact style, and critics have called the resulting novel ‘…an absolute bombshell.’ Ladouceur contends that the topical book’s shocking premise makes all the sense in the world … though he understands why the reclusive Nelle Harper Lee has declined to discuss it with him.”

Long Island's up-and-coming novelist, Jeb Ladouceur, is well on his way.

Jodi Picoult, author:'My Sister's Keeper'

Ladouceur's thrillers are brisk, twisted, grisly...and they all work.

T.J. Clemente, Dan's Papers, Bridgehampton, NY

The unparalleled Master of Suspense...that's Long Island's Jeb Ladouceur.

Elise Pearlman, AOL Arts Critic

Ladouceur is a writer at his mesmerizing best.

C.B. Knadle, author, 'Paper Lovers'

A spellbinding novelist...he writes the kind of thrillers Hollywood loves.

Russell A Reball. author, 'Slave of the Gunlords'

Always a crowd-pleaser, Jeb Ladouceur introduces his bestselling novel, 'The Dealer' at the Huntington, Long Island, Book Revue in 2013. The famed store, one of the ten largest independent book retailers in the country, has hosted hundreds of renowned authors like Bill and Hillary Clinton, James Patterson, Jodi Picoult, J.K. Rowling, and Mary Higgins Clark. Ladouceur has appeared there for ten consecutive years...more often than any other writer in any genre!

Numbered among the Northeast's favorite novelists, Jeb Ladouceur relaxes after signing copies of "Harvest" for hundreds of readers from throughout Long Island...and beyond. At ten consecutive annual signings, Book Revue announced at the conclusion of the obviously successful events, that the huge store sold its entire stock of Ladouceur's thrillers. "Harvest" is the first of the prolific author's stories to take place in a foreign country...the fictitious nation of Ovosok, in The Balkans.