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WILLIAM J REYNOLDS

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Omaha native WILLIAM J REYNOLDS graduated from Creighton University and is the author of a very popular mystery series based on the exploits of a part-time detective and part-time writer named "Nebraska" who refuses to tell anyone his first name. Reynolds' six mysteries include The Nebraska Quotient, Things Invisible, and Drive-By. He is also the author of many short stories, magazine articles, and non-fiction. He is a member of the Authors Guild and a past board member of the Mystery Writers of America. He was named the South Dakota Author of the Year in 1987 and holds the Key to the City of Omaha and is an Admiral in the "Great Navy of the State of Nebraska." The author lives in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. For an excellent interview with the writer, go to "The Rap Sheet", a feature of January Magazine written by J Kingston Pierce (scroll down to find the interview).



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