Jodé Millman is a lifelong resident of Poughkeepsie, N.Y., which serves as the setting for her legal suspense novels. In her writing, she draws upon her experiences as an attorney to capture the tensions that arise when a small community is rocked by tragedy.
Author of the bestselling "Seats: New York Theatre guidebook," Millman's debut thriller novel, "The Midnight Call," will be released by Immortal Works Publishing in 2019. "The Midnight Call" was short-listed for the 2019 Clue Award and received the First Place Blue Ribbon as "Best Police Procedural" by Chantireviews.com.
She received her bachelor's and law degree from Syracuse University, and while studying at New York University Law School she served as a contributing editor to "The Kaminstein Legislative History Project: A Compendium and Analytical Index of Materials Leading to the Copyright Act of 1976." Concentrating on law and literature, Millman obtained her master's degree in English literature from Eastern Michigan University and has taught at Detroit Mercy Law School and Marist College.
Presently, she co-hosts and co-produces the Backstage with the Bardavon Podcast which invites the listener backstage for intimate conversations with musicians and performers appearing at the Bardavon 1869 Opera House in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. and UPAC in Kingston, N.Y. The podcast is available on iTunes, Spotify and GooglePlay.
Millman is a member of the Mystery Writers of America, International Thriller Writers, Sisters In Crime and Romance Writers of America. Her legal column can be found in InSincC, The Sisters in Crime Quarterly.