Charles Runyon was born June 9, 1928 in Sheridan, Missouri, and after studying at various universities, worked as an editor for oil companies. He began writing fiction in the mid‐50s, primarily for the men's magazines, and produced over 20 novels. He was nominated for the Edgar Allan Poe award of the MWA for Power Kill. Runyon is also known for his dystopic science fiction, as well as three ghost‐written Ellery Queen novels. He died on June 8, 2015, in Cedar Park, Texas.

  • Object of Lust
  • 979-8-88601-018-3
  • A strange young man saves Marian from drowning, then begins to follow her around, watching everything she does. "Charles Runyon wrote some of the most innovative and powerful paperback originals in the 1960s and 1970s."—Ed Gorman. Black Gat #43.

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  • The Vengeance Man / Park Avenue Tramp / The Prettiest Girl I Ever Killed: A Trio of Gold Medals
  • 1-933586-14-1
  • Three distinctive thrillers from the golden era of the paperbacks, all originally published by Gold Medal Books in the late 1950s and mid-1960s. New introductions by Charles Kelly and Ed Gorman.