Boston Teran is the internationally acclaimed author of eleven novels, many of them translated into foreign languages. He has been named alongside great American writers like Hemingway and Larry McMurtry, as well as filmmakers John Ford and Sam Peckinpah, for his singular voice and ability to weave timely social and political themes into sweeping page turners that pierce straight into America’s soul. GOD IS A BULLET, currently in film development, 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. THE CREED OF VIOLENCE sold to Universal, with Todd Field (Little Children) set to direct and Leonardo DiCaprio in the starring role. THE WORLD EVE LEFT US (TROIS FEMMES), first published in France, has been reviewed as “a true masterpiece” and GIV – The Story of a Dog and America has been hugely popular in Japan.
The author has been nominated or won over 12 awards, including The EDGAR AWARD for Best First Novel and the FOREWORD “Book of the Year Award” as well as the INTERNATIONAL IMPACT AWARD OF DUBLIN for Best Novel, the Best Novel of the Year in Japan and the John Creasy Award in England.
Despite Boston Teran’s far-reaching acclaim and readership, the author has chosen to keep his/her true identity a secret. On the “Dear Reader” page, you can find more information about the author’s background and personal intent.