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Dave Zeltserman is an American novelist, born in Boston, Massachusetts on 23 May 1959. He has published noir, mystery and horror novels, including Small Crimes and Pariah. He won both the Shamus and Derringer awards for his novelette Julius Katz in 2010.
- Fast Lane (2004)
- Bad Thoughts (2007)
- Small Crimes (2008), selected by NPR as one of the 5 best crime and mystery novels of 2008. and the Washington Post as one of the best books of the year.
- Bad Karma (2009)
- Pariah (2009), selected by the Washington Post as one of the best books of 2009.
- Killer (2010)
- The Caretaker of Lorne Field (2010), short listed by ALA for best horror novel of 2010 and Black Quill Nominee for Best Dark Genre novel of 2010.
- Outsourced (2011)
- Blood Crimes (2011)
- Dying Memories (2011)
- Julius Katz and Archie (2011)
- A Killer's Essence (2011)
- Monster: A novel of Frankenstein (2012), selected by Booklist for their 2013 list of top 10 horror novels and WBUR for their favorite novels of 2012
- The Boy Who Killed Demons (2014)
- Pariah 2009 New England Book Festival Award
- Julius Katz 2010 Shamus Award 
- Julius Katz 2010 Derringer Award 
- Archie's Been Framed 2010 Ellery Queen's Readers Choice Award 
- Private Eye Writers of America Shamus Award, 2010
- Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine Derringer Award, 2009
- NPR Books Top Five Crime and Mystery Novels of 2008
- Washington Post Best Books of 2008
- Washington Post Best Books of 2009
- RUSAblog Top genre fiction titles named to 2011 RUSA Reading List
- Dark Scribe Magazine, Black Quill Awards Nominations for the 4th Annual Black Quill Awards (2010)
- Booklist Magazine 2013 Top 10 Horror Fiction
- WBUR Favorite Books of 2012
- New England Book Festival New England Book Festival Winners 2009
- Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine 2010 Readers Award
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