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Boston Teran

Boston Teran is an acclaimed American author of nine novels.God is a Bullet is considered a cult classic that has been compared to such seminal works as Joan Didion’s The White Album and John Ford’s The Searchers. Never Count Out The Dead has been called a modern equivalent of MacBeth and Trois Femmes (Three Women) has been reviewed as "a true masterpiece." Creed of Violence - set against a backdrop of intrigue and corruption - is a saga about the scars of abandonment, the greed of war, and America's history of foreign intervention for the sake of oil. [1] Boston Teran is a pseudonym.

List of works

  • God Is A Bullet (1999)
  • Never Count Out The Dead (2001)
  • Trois Femmes (2006)
  • Giv - The Story of a Dog and America (2009)
  • The Creed of Violence (2010)
  • Gardens of Grief (2011)
  • The World Eve Left Us (2012)
  • The Cloud and the Fire (2013)
  • The Country I Lived In (2013)

List of author nominations and awards

  • Winner of the 1999 Stephen Crane Literary First Fiction Award
  • Winner of the 2000 CWA John Creasey Award for best first novel: God is a Bullet
  • Finalist for the 2000 Mystery Writers of America Edgar Award for Best First Novel: God is a Bullet
  • Finalist for the 2001 International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award: God is a Bullet
  • Winner of the 2002 Best Translated Crime Fiction of the Year in Japan, Kono Mystery ga Sugoi! 2002: God is a Bullet
  • Winner of the 2002 Fiction Lovers Association of Japan Fiction Novel of the Year Award: God is a Bullet
  • Winner of the 2004 GRAND PRIX CALIBRE 38: God is a Bullet
  • Finalist for the 2009 International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award: Giv - The Story of a Dog and America
  • Winner of the 2011 Eric Hoffer Award – da Vinci Eye: The World Eve Left Us
  • Finalist for the 2012 ForeWord Review's Book of the Year for Historical Fiction: Gardens of Grief
  • Winner for the 2012 ForeWord Review's Book of the Year (Silver) for Adult Fiction: The World Eve Left Us

References

External links

  • Official site


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