Bill Crider is the author of fifty published novels and numerous short stories. He won the Anthony Award for Best First Mystery Novel in 1987 for Too Late to Die and was nominated for the Shamus Award for Best First Private-Eye Novel for Dead on the Island. He won the Golden Duck award for Best Juvenile Science Fiction Fovel” for Mike Gonzo and the UFO Terror. He and his wife, Judy, were nominated for an Anthony for their collaborative story “At the Hop,” and they won the award in 2002 for their story “Chocolate Moose.”
Bill Crider’s website can be found at http://www.billcrider.com.