ABOUT MICHAEL BRADLEY
Michael Bradley is an award-winning author who was born and raised in southern New Jersey. He started life as a radio disc jockey, working at stations in New Jersey and West Virginia. He has been up and down the dial, working as an on-air personality, promotions director, and even program director. His time in radio has provided him with a wealth of fond, enduring, and sometimes scandalous memories that he hopes to one day commit to paper.
After spending eight years “on-the-air,” he realized that he needed to get a real job. He spent the next twenty or so years working in Information Technology as a consultant. And yes, he has said “try turning it off and on again” more times than he wants to admit.
Never one to waste an experience, he used his familiarity with life on the radio for many of his suspense novels. His third novel, DEAD AIR (2020), won a 2020 Foreword INDIES Book of the Year Award and an IBPA Benjamin Franklin Award. The novel has been called "absorbing and filled with shocking twists."
He is a member of Mystery Writers of America, International Thriller Writers, Sisters in Crime, and Pennwriters.
He lives in Delaware with his wife and their two furry four-legged “kids,” Preaya and Willie.