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Scott Nicholson


USA flag (b.1963)

Author Scott Nicholson has written 12 thrillers, 60 short stories, four comics series, and six screenplays. He's also a freelance editor and journalist. He lives in the Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina, where he tends an organic garden, successfully eludes stalkers, and generally lives the dream.

Genres: Horror, Science Fiction, Mystery
 
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Short stories
The Boy Who Saw Fire (1998)
Dead Air (1998)
Homecoming (1998)
Kill Your Darlings (1998)
Metabolism (1998)
The Shifting Sands of Memory (1998)
Thirst (1998)
The Timing Chains of the Heart (1998)
Angelorum Orbis (1999)
Constitution (1999)
Do You Know Me Yet? (1999)
Haunted (1999)
Letters and Lies (1999)
Need (1999)
A Socketful of Blather (1999)
Sung Li (1999)
The Three-Dollar Corpse (1999)
The Vampire Shortstop (1999)
Dumb Luck (2000)
In The Heart of November (2000)
Narrow Is The Way (2000)
The Scarecrow Boy (2000)
Skin (2000)
The Way of All Flesh (2000)


Awards
Bram Stoker Best First Novel nominee (2003) : The Red Church


Scott Nicholson recommends
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Ghost Road Blues (2006)
(Pine Deep Trilogy, book 1)
Jonathan Maberry
"Chilling, lyrical, melodic, and dark."
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Evil Harvest (2007)
Anthony Izzo
"Izzo drags you into the shadows but doesn't leave you in the dark. A keeper."
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Vampire Dawn (2012)
(Vampire for Hire, book 5)
J R Rain
"J.R. Rain delivers a blend of action and wit that always entertains. Quick with the one-liners, but his characters are fully fleshed out (even the undead ones) and you'll come back again and again."
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Reversion (2012)
(Portal Arcane, book 1)
J Thorn
"a great start for what promises to be an engaging, intense series..."

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