Steven M Krauzer
Steven Mark Krauzer was born in Jersey City, New Jersey, in 1948. Raised in Manchester, New Hampshire, Krauzer began his writing career in high school as a general reporter and sportswriter for the Manchester Union Leader. After receiving his Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from Yale University in 1970, Krauzer explored the depiction of good and evil in detective fiction in his 1974 Master's thesis in the English Literature program at the University of New Hampshire. His first magazine article, "Caught Naked in Lover's Lane," appeared in the February 1971 issue of Real Confessions, followed by short stories in Cavalier, Fling and Gem magazines.
Throughout his career, Krauzer wrote many western and action-adventure novels under various pen names; most notably the six-volume Dennison's War series as Adam Lassiter in the mid-eighties. Under his own name, his publications include Frame Work in 1989; Brainstorm in 1991; Rojak's Rule in 1992; God's Country in 1993 and Winter of the Wolf in 1994. The latter two titles will be published by Piccadilly Publishing.
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Holt 1: God's Country
by Steven M Krauzer
Wanted dead or alive, escaped convict Holt rode out into the rugged Utah territory to find the man who had framed him for the brutal murder of a mining camp madam. Holt had an unlikely outlaw companion—the beautiful reporter for Harper’s Weekly magazine, Samantha Lowell, who believed in Holt’s innocence so passionately that she had helped bust him out.
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