Boston Teran is a pseudonym for the internationally acclaimed author of thirteen novels, many of them translated into foreign languages. Teran’s vision and artistry have been compared to great American writers like Hemingway and Larry McMurtry, as well as filmmakers John Ford and Sam Peckinpah. His debut novel, 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. THE CREED OF VIOLENCE sold to Universal, with Todd Fields (Little Children) set to direct and Daniel Craig 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 won countless awards, including The American Fiction Award for “Adventure: Historical,” the GRAND PRIX CALIBRE 38, the Stephen Crane Literary Award for “First Fiction,” the Mystery Writers of Japan Award for “Best Novel” and the John Creasey Award for “Best Novel” by the British Crime Writers Association. Nominations include The Edgar Award for “Best First Novel,” the Foreword Reviews “Book of the Year Award,” and the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award for “Best Novel.”