Arthur Herzog

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For the jazz songwriter, see Arthur Herzog Jr..
Arthur Herzog III
Born April 6, 1927
New York
Died May 25, 2010(2010-05-25) (aged 83)
New York
Occupation Novelist, journalist
Citizenship United States
Genre Science fiction, true crime

Arthur Herzog III (April 6, 1927 – May 26, 2010) was an American novelist, non-fiction writer, and journalist, well known for his works of science fiction and true crime books. He was the son of songwriter Arthur Herzog, Jr. He was married to Leslie Mandel-Herzog III.[1]

His novels The Swarm and Orca have been made into films. His science fiction novel IQ 83 is being made into a film by DreamWorks.

Herzog was also the author of non-fiction books: The Church Trap is a critique of Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish church organization and institutions particularly in the U.S; 17 Days: The Katie Beers Story, is about the kidnapping and child sexual abuse of Katie Beers.


L*S*I*T*T also called Takeover (First Published 1983 then 2003) > A Murder In Our Town (Non Fiction) IUniverse Publisher (2004) > Icetopia (Fiction) IUniverse Publisher (2004) > Beyond Sci-Fi (Short stories) IUniverse Publisher (2007) > The Third State (Fiction) I Universe Publisher (2005) > The War Peace Establishment (Non Fiction) (First Published 1969 then 2003) > McCarthy For President (Non Fiction) (First Published 1965 then 2003) > How to Write Almost Anything Faster and Better (2006) > Body Parts (Short Stories) IUniverse Publisher. (2005) > Polar Swap (Fiction) IUniverse Publisher (2008) > Imortalon (Fiction) IUniverse Publisher (2004) > The Town That Moved to Mexico (Fiction) IUniverse Publisher (2004) > The Village Buyers (Fiction) IUniverse Publisher (2003)


"Orca", 1977. Starring Richard Harris and Charlotte Rampling. Director: Dino De Laurentiis.


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