David Grace

Writer in Palo Alto, California

David Grace

Writer in Palo Alto, California

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To avoid confusion with other writers with the same name, beginning in 2003 I began publishing under the pen name "David Grace."

I was born in upstate New York. I write crime novels. I have also written and published several science fiction short stories and one SF novel, originally titled "Fane" and now re-titled and published as "The Accidental Magician."

I've written ten stories for leading magazines -- science-fiction for Analog both by himself and as a collaborator with Hayford Peirce, and mysteries for Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine.

Under my legal name I shared story credit with Dan Wright and Sam Egan for an Outer Limits TV series episode, "Joyride", starring Cliff Robertson that was broadcast during the 2000 season.

The film rights for "My Real Name Is Lisa" (re-titled "Stolen Angel") were optioned for a substantial amount of money for a two-hour television movie, but because of casting issues the project was not completed.

I graduated from Stanford University with a major in history and a minor in economics, then received a Doctor of Laws degree from the University of California Law School, Boalt Hall, graduating in the top ten percent of my class.

I was admitted to practice law in California in January 1971 and in November 1977 I was sworn in by Chief Justice Warren Burger and authorized to argue cases before the Supreme Court of the United States.

I have seventeen novels currently for sale as ebooks on Amazon, iTunes, Kobo, etc. My latest novel is "The Wrong Side Of A Gun" available March 1, 2016.

All of my novels are available in trade paperback print editions from Amazon.

My web site is: http://www.DavidGraceAuthor.com

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