Rebecca Forster

Rebecca Forster Born a Midwestern girl, raised in Southern California, Rebecca Forster earned her MBA and worked in major advertising agencies before she wrote her first book on a crazy dare and found her passion. Now a USA Today and Amazon best selling author, Forster is known for her legal thrillers and police procedurals. Over…

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James M. Thompson

James M. Thompson James M. Thompson was born and raised in Houston, Texas. He attended the University of Texas at Austin and Baylor College of Medicine. He interned in Wilmington, Delaware and then joined the Navy in 1972. He served two years at Naval Station Corpus Christi during the Viet Nam War. After his discharge,…

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Nancy A. Hansen

Nancy A. Hansen An avid reader and prolific writer of fantasy and action/adventure fiction for over 30 years, Nancy A. Hansen is the author of many novels, anthologies, and short stories. Nancy has contributed short stories to Sinbad-The New Voyages and Tales From The Hanging Monkey anthologies, and she has an ongoing series of the…

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Ian Kharitonov

Ian Kharitonov A Cossack by birth, Ian Kharitonov lived in South-East Asia from the age of four before returning to Russia. Back in Moscow, he graduated from college with a degree in Economics and turned down diplomatic work in Sweden and a position in a Swiss commodities-trading company to pursue his dream—becoming an action-adventure novelist.…

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Jason Chirevas

Jason Chirevas Jason Chirevas is a writer and journalist living just north of New York City. In addition to Avenging Angels: Three Days in Helltown, he is the author of novellas, short stories and, once upon a time, a 26-part western serial. As a journalist, he has worked as both a reporter and editor —…

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Richard Curtis

Richard Curtis Though Richard Curtis is best known as a leading New York literary agent, he is also author of dozens of works of fiction and nonfiction published by leading publishers, as well as numerous works of humor and award-winning satire. His plays have been performed in numerous venues and festivals in New York. He…

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Kit Prate

Kit Prate Kit Prate has always been a fan of Western fiction, but also tends towards anything on the written page that strikes her fancy. Kit grew up as a curious child in a world of curiosity; blessed with parents who shared their sense of wonder in the small things, and a dry, mid-western sense…

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Matthew V. Clemens

Matthew V. Clemens Matthew V. Clemens is a writer and teacher whose first book was a non-fiction true crime titled, Dead Water: the Klindt Affair (1995, with Pat Gipple). He has co-written numerous books with Max Allan Collins, the pair having collaborated on over thirty novels and numerous short stories, as well as the much-lauded non-fiction work, The…

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Barbara Collins

Barbara Collins Barbara Collins made her entrance into the mystery field as a highly respected short story writer with appearances in over a dozen top anthologies, including Murder Most Delicious, Women on the Edge, Deadly Housewives and the best-selling Cat Crimes series. She was the co-editor of (and a contributor to) the best-selling anthology Lethal Ladies, and her stories were…

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Paul Ebbs

Paul Ebbs Former psychiatric nurse and rabid Formula One fanatic, Paul Ebbs is the screenwriter of over twenty drama scripts broadcast on UK TV as well as a clutch of audio plays and an SF comedy film. He’s also the author of approaching thirty books for adults and children. Paul Ebbs is thoroughly enjoying the…

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