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Steven Walker has approximately 1,500 published credits to his name. He was born in Heidelberg, Germany and started freelancing professionally in 1989, beginning mostly with short horror fiction pieces for small press publications. In 1996, Walker had his first horror novel, Desmodus, published. Shortly after that, he opened up the Quakertown, PA chapter of Active Voice International, and was pivotal in the creation of The Writers Room of Bucks County and Bucks County Writer magazine. Walker founded the Lehigh Valley Writers Academy in 2001. He worked as a reporter/photographer for The Morning Call newspaper (a division of The Tribune Company) for three years. He has had nonfiction pieces published in newspapers and magazines and has received several awards for his macabre style of poetry. His book, Blood Trail (2005) is a true-crime story about a confessed serial killer from Indiana. It has been so well accepted that it was listed as an available textbook for criminal justice courses at the University of Indiana and at IVY Tech Community College in Evansville, Indiana. Due to its unprecedented popularity, it has been re-released as of June 2009. His later true-crime book, Predator, is a culmination of a year of research into the life and crimes of serial killer, Timothy Krajcir. Visit www.steven-walker.com for more information, videos about the investigation and a calendar of book signing engagements and events. Most recently, Walker has returned to his first love of horror fiction with the release of his latest novel, Hell And Back.