Don Walters took his M.A. in theatre at Northwestern University, and after treading the boards as an actor and conspiring with actors as an artistic director, he worked as a drama editor in book publishing for a time before returning to the first field he’d chosen many years earlier, realizing it had been the right one all along. This was the thoroughbred industry.
Walters’s novel "Tangerine Horse of the London Olympics" is an historical fiction based upon the efforts of an aging thoroughbred and his equestrian partner in the three-day event of the 1948 London Olympics. The Olympics novel is a sequel to the author's popular historical fiction "The Woman Who Loved Horses," which spans the years 1934 to 1942 in America.
Among his recent ebooks are the soft science fiction "Second Intelligence," which is a satirical portrait of UFOs and national security during the JFK era in America, and "The Book Of Original Sayings," a collection of thirty-eight sayings. He is also the author of the mystery/romance "Zoe."
Walters grew up with horses in Kentucky, where he makes his home today.
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