An American writer of fiction for adults and kids, he is most well-known for his 1980 historical novel, Aztec. His various other works are the Journeyer (1984) and Raptor (1992). He graduated from Eastside SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL in Paterson, NJ. He released his first book, The Terrible Teague Number, in 1975. To get ready to create his circus-themed 1987 function, Spangle, he journeyed with nine circus troupes. He was created in Virginia to Glen Edward and Vaughnye Might Jennings. He passed away at age seventy in Pompton Lakes, NJ. He went to Eastside SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL, the same college highlighted in the Morgan Freeman film Trim on Me.