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John Dixon

John Dixons debut novel, Phoenix Island, inspired the CBS TV series Intelligence. A former boxer, teacher, and stone mason, John now writes full time and serves as a consultant to ABC Studios. He lives in West Chester, PA, with his wife, Christina, and their freeloading pets. When not reading or writing, he obsesses over boxing, chess, and hot peppers.

Genres: Young Adult Fantasy, Science Fiction
Phoenix Island
   1. Phoenix Island (2014)
   2. Devil's Pocket (2015)
   The Point (2018)
John Dixon recommends
One of Us (2018)
Craig DiLouie
"An amazing tour-de-force . . . One of Us rattled me to the core. An engrossing, emotionally-charged book and a work of terrible beauty. I loved it, heart and soul."
The Fold (2015)
Peter Clines
"Wow! This is why I love spec fic. Brilliant, unpredictable, and mind-bending, The Fold is one of the best books I’ve read in years. An SF thriller that summons Lovecraftian monsters, it will surprise you again and again. Read it!"
Bad Games (2013)
(Bad Games, book 1)
Jeff Menapace
"If you're a Richard Laymon fan, check out Bad Games...a gritty and very dark read that's rough around the edges in a refreshing way."

Anthologies containing stories by John Dixon
Don't Turn Out the Lights (2020)
A Tribute to Alvin Schwartz's Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark
edited by
Jonathan Maberry
Shockwaves (2016)
edited by
Jonathan Maberry
The Anthology From Hell (2012)
Humorous Tales from WAY Down Under
edited by
Julia S Mandela

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