Dave Zeltserman

Dave Zeltserman is the Shamus award-winning author of Julius Katz. His “man out of prison” crime noir series features the novels Small Crimes, Pariah, and Killer, with Small Crimes selected by NPR as one of the five best crime novels of 2008 and by the Washington Post as one of the best novels of 2008. His novel The Caretaker of Lorne Field is a finalist for a Black Quill Award for best dark genre novel of the year.

Born in Boston, Massachusetts, Mr. Zeltserman attended the University of Colorado in Boulder, and after graduating with a BS in Applied Math and Computer Science, returned back to the Boston area where he continues to reside with his wife, Judy. After spending 20 years developing network management software for several of the world’s leading technology companies, he now splits his time between writing crime fiction and studying martial arts, in which he holds a black belt in Kung Fu.

His upcoming crime novels include Outsourced and The Essence of Monsters. Outsourced has already been called a “small gem of crime fiction” by Booklist and has been optioned by Constantin Films and Impact Pictures.

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Charlie Husk is not like other boys. Charlie grew up in the deep, dark woods of rural New Hampshire. He was 28 when he first used a cell phone, surfed the Internet, and smoked a joint.

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“Detective Green is a believable character, down on his luck with little going for him but his job.