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Daniel Ransom



A pseudonym used by Ed Gorman



Ed Gorman (b. 1941) is an American author best known for writing mystery novels. After two decades in advertising, he began publishing novels in the mid 1980s. While using the penname Daniel Ransom to write popular horror stories like Daddys Little Girl (1985) and Toys In The Attic (1986), he published more ambitious work under his own name, starting with Rough Cut (1986). A story about murder and intrigue inside the advertising world, it was based on his own experience, and introduced Midwestern private detective Jack Dwyer, a compassionate sleuth with a taste for acting.
 
Anthologies containing stories by Daniel Ransom
Vampires: The Greatest StoriesPredatorsFuture NetRivals of Dracula
 
Short stories
Valentine from a Vampire (1988)
Dark Muse (1989)
Nightmare Child [short story] (1990)
Night Cries (1992)
Valentine (1993) (with Rex Miller)
Lover Boy (1996)



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