Jeffrey J. Mariotte

Jeffrey J. Mariotte Jeffrey J. Mariotte has written more than fifty books, including supernatural thrillers. Three of his novels have won Scribe Awards for Best Original Novel, presented by the International Association of Media Tie-In Writers. He’s also won the Inkpot Award from the San Diego Comic-Con, is a co-winner of the Raven Award from…

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Tom Tatum

Tom Tatum Tom Tatum is an author and accomplished film and TV producer/director. He is the founder of Tatum Communications, inc., which has produced, directed, and written over 400 TV, documentaries, video segments, VHS/DVD’s, commercials, and Motion Pictures. Tatum’s work has been seen by a worldwide audience and includes notable titles like Double High, Winners…

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Greg Tobin

Greg Tobin Greg Tobin is an American author, publisher, journalist and editor. He has authored over a dozen titles, both fiction and non-fiction, under his name as well as various pennames. Tobin is the author of several books on the Catholic Church and has appeared as an expert on television and radio programs. For over…

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Gordon D. Shirreffs

Gordon D. Shirreffs Gordon D. Shirreffs published more than 80 western novels, 20 of them juvenile books, and John Wayne bought his book title, Rio Bravo, during the 1950s for a motion picture, which Shirreffs said constituted “the most money I ever earned for two words.” Four of his novels were adapted to motion pictures,…

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Don Coldsmith

Don Coldsmith In addition to his career as a writer, Don Coldsmith was a medical doctor, serving as a family practitioner in Emporia, Kansas, until 1988, when he chose to concentrate on writing. In addition, Coldsmith and his 2nd wife Edna were cattle ranchers and breeders of Appaloosa horses. Son of a Methodist preacher, Coldsmith attended high…

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Richard S. Prather

Richard S. Prather Richard S. Prather, a hugely popular mystery writer of the 1950s and ’60s whose novels were known for their swift violence, loopy humor and astonishing number of characters with no clothes on, died on Feb. 14, 2007 at his home in Sedona, Arizona due to complications of a respiratory disease. He was…

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Manuela Schneider

Manuela Schneider As someone born and raised in Germany, author Manuela Schneider’s love of American Native and Western history might be surprising to some. But her fascination with pioneer life, cowboy heroes, and treacherous outlaws have been her constant companion for as long as she can remember. As a child, Schneider recalls being mesmerized by…

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Robert Wisehart

Robert Wisehart The author of eight novels, Robert Wisehart was born in Indianapolis, Indiana, and now is fortunate enough to live in Santa Fe, New Mexico. In between Indianapolis and Santa Fe, he worked for many years as an award-winning reporter and columnist for newspapers in Florida, North Carolina, Louisiana and Northern and Southern California,…

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W. Michael Gear

W. Michael Gear W. Michael Gear is the New York Times and international bestselling author of over fifty-eight novels, many of them co-authored with Kathleen O’Neal Gear. With seventeen million copies of his work in print he is best known for the “People” series of novels written about North American Archaeology. His work has been…

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James Reasoner

James Reasoner James Reasoner has been telling tales and spinning yarns as far back as he can remember. He’s been doing it professionally for more than 40 years, and during that time, under his own name and dozens of pseudonyms, he’s written almost 400 novels and more than 100 shorter pieces of fiction. His books…

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