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Charles Salzberg


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Charles Salzberg is a novelist, a journalist, and an acclaimed writing instructor.

A celebrated and popular creative writing teacher, he has been a Visiting Professor at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, and has taught writing at Sarah Lawrence College, Hunter College, the Writer's Voice, and the New York Writers Workshop, where he is a Founding Member. He is a consulting editor at the webzine Ducts.org and co-host, with Jonathan Kravetz, of the reading series, Trumpet Fiction, at KGB in New York City.

Genres: Mystery
 
Novels
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Omnibus
   Triple Shot (2016) (with Ross Klavan and Tim O'Mara)
   Three Strikes (2018) (with Ross Klavan and Tim O'Mara)
   Third Degree (2020) (with Ross Klavan and Tim O'Mara)
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Novellas
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Non fiction
   Soupy Sez! (2001)
   Catch Them Being Good (2002) (with Tony DiCicco and Colleen Hacker)
   The Mad Fisherman (2008) (with Charlie Moore)
   On a Clear Day They Could See Seventh Place (2010) (with George Robinson)
   You Can't Fall Off The Floor! (2014) (with Steve Blacker)
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Charles Salzberg recommends
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Bad Samaritan (2018)
(Nick Forte Mystery, book 5)
Dana King
"Nick Forte is a throwback to the classic tough guy, politically incorrect PI who takes care of business. He’s the kind of guy you’d want working for you, if you were in a tough spot. And Dana King is a master at creating a low-down, dirty world where everyone needs a someone like Forte on his side."
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Flight of the Fox (2018)
Gray Basnight
"Gray Basnight has written a clever, inventive, gripping, suspenseful tale that’ll have you up nights until you reach the final page. Skillfully weaving fact with fiction, Flight of the Fox taps into our worst nightmares about the potential excesses of power."
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Thieves (2018)
Steven Max Russo
"A stunning debut novel. Steve Russo hits it out of the park with an ingenious, diabolical plot, a unique voice, and complex characters that will stay with you long after you’ve turned the final page."

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