Jerry Gallagher


Jerry Gallagher was a reviewer for the University of Scranton's "Best Sellers" Magazine for several years and has also written Feature Stories, as well as Concert, Television and Movie Reviews for PA East and The Morning Call Newspapers in the Lehigh Valley Area of Eastern Pennsylvania.

Jerry has also been a Guitarist, Singer and Songwriter both as a Solo Artist, as well as in several Folk and Rock Groups in Eastern Pennsylvania including The Lehigh Valley Folk Music Society, The Shamrockers and The Earth Riders.

Jerry's Music and Writing have been wonderful and fulfilling hobbies but not really a source of income so Jerry worked for many years in the field of Social Work.

Since completing his Bachelors Degree in English at King's College in Wilkes Barre, PA and his Masters Degree in Counseling at Shippensburg State University in Shippensburg, PA, Jerry has worked as a Counselor, Social Worker and a Family Therapist in his home area of Eastern Pennsylvania.

Jerry's First Published Book, "Letters To A Lost Nation: A Watergate Chronicle" in addition to being published as an E Book by Smashwords is also published by Createspace and is available in Paperback through The Createspace Store, as well as through, Barnes & and other outlets.

Jerry's Second Published Book, "The Triumph Of Barack Obama: More Letters To A Lost Nation" is published through Smashwords but is also available as a Paperback through The Createspace Store,, Barnes & and other Outlets

Not all of Jerry's books are available through Smashwords. Information on his other books can be obtained through his website and by searching Jerry Gallagher on

Other books written by Jerry Include the Following:

The Folksingers: - is a Novel about Four Different Characters who meet and Interact at the Historic Newport Folk Music Festival during the Summer of 1963. It is a Love Story very reminiscent of "The Catcher in The Rye."

The Man On The Grassy Knoll - The Assassins: - is the First Volume in a series which spans decades and deals with some of the Most Important Political and Moral Issues of the 20th Century. This book puts a new Fictional Spin on the Nightmare Assassination of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy on November 22nd, 1963 by combining some very Disturbing and Controversial Truths with some even more Disturbing and Controversial Fiction. In the end "The Man On The Grassy Knoll - The Assassins" is a Fast Paced and Interesting Novel which presents an often told tale with some New and Frightening Insights regarding the Back Story of the JFK Assassination.

All of Jerry Gallagher's books are available on in both Paperback and Kindle Editions

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The Folksingers
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 99,400. Language: English. Published: May 30, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Literature » Coming of age
On a July morning in 1963 Jeff McCarthy leaves his dorm room at Prince College in Coaltown, Pennsylvania, where he is taking summer courses and sets out on a hitchiking trip to Newport, Rhode Island, where he will be a part of a historic musical event, the 1963 Newport Folk Music Festival. On his Journey Jeff will meet up with a cast of offbeat characters who will share in his Adventures.
The Triumph Of Barack Obama: More Letters To A Lost Nation
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 25,270. Language: English. Published: March 23, 2011. Categories: Nonfiction » History » Contemporary political
During 2008 a First Term U.S. Senator From Illinois shook the Democratic and Republican Establishments and the World when he ran for the Presidency of the United States and won. "The Triumph Of Barack Obama" is the story of that Historic Political Victory told through Blog Posted 2008 and 2009 Letters Addressed to "My Dear America" by the Author, an admitted Liberal Democrat.
Letters To A Lost Nation: A Watergate Chronicle
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 52,170. Language: English. Published: October 10, 2010. Categories: Nonfiction » Politics and Current Affairs » History
Letters To A Lost Nation: A Watergate Chronicle is written in the form of letters addressed to America, as if America was a person who could be communicated with. The Author had seen this technique of writing passionate letters to your Country about important political and other issues used with great skill by Algerian-French Writer, Albert Camus'and feels as though he is forever in Camus' debt.

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