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William C Dietz

(William Corey Dietz)
USA flag (b.1945)

William C. Dietz is the national bestselling author of more than forty novels, some of which have been translated into German, Russian, and Japanese. His works include the Legion of the Damned novels (Andromeda's War, Andromeda's Choice) and the Mutant Files series (Redzone, Deadeye). He grew up in the Seattle area, served as a medic with the Navy and Marine Corps, graduated from the University of Washington, and has been employed as a surgical technician, college instructor, and television news writer, director, and producer. Prior to becoming a full-time writer, Dietz served as director of public relations and marketing for an international telephone company. He and his wife live near Gig Harbor, Washington.

Genres: Science Fiction, Thriller
Series contributed to
Star Wars : Dark Forces
   1. Soldier for the Empire (1997) (with Dean Williams)
   2. Rebel Agent (1998)
   3. Jedi Knight (1998) (with Dave Dorman)
   The Collector's Trilogy, Vol. 6 (omnibus) (1998)
   2. The Flood (2003)
   HALO Boxed Set Books 1-3 (omnibus) (2004) (with Eric Nylund)
Anthologies containing stories by William C Dietz
Short stories
The Bodyguard And the Client Who Wouldn't Die (1999)

William C Dietz recommends
Stark's War (2000)
(Ethan Stark, book 1)
John G Hemry
"When it comes to combat, Hemry delivers."
Broken Time (2000)
Maggy Thomas (Emily Devenport)
"A mind bending story from a talented new author... Science Fiction with a brand new twist."
The Forge of Mars (2002)
(Forge of Mars, book 1)
Bruce Balfour
"Strap in and get ready for an exciting ride."
Dauntless (2006)
(Lost Fleet, book 1)
Jack Campbell
"A rousing adventure... the kind of hero Hornblower fans will love!"
Free Space (2017)
(Admiral, book 2)
Sean Danker
"A seductive mix of mystery and action! A riveting space mystery. Pure entertainment!"
Primordial Threat (2018)
(Exodus , book 1)
M A Rothman
"Chilling science Fiction from new Arthur C Clarke."

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