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Stuart Woods

Stuart Woods has become one of the most popular and highly-rated authors of contemporary fiction. His books are often set in rural areas of America and have a strong sense of place and character. He is also known for his well-crafted, suspenseful stories that keep readers turning the pages.

Born in Texas in 1946, Stuart Woods received a B.A. from Rice University before moving to Alaska to work as a writer, editor, and reporter for various newspapers and magazines. He eventually settled in Vermont, where he has lived since 1986. In addition to his writing career, Stuart Woods is also an accomplished painter and sculptor.

Stuart Woods is the author of twenty-one novels including The Outlaw Josey Wales, The Survivor, Black Eagles Down, Red Sky at Morning, No More Heroes, Bone Collector, Heartland, Home Before Dark, Killing Floor (with Ted Kosmatka), Blowout (with Mickey Spillane), The Drop (with Lee Child), Dead Calm (with Jack Reacher), Deep Blue Sea (with Tess Gerritsen), Big Little Lies (with Liane Moriarty) and Patriot’s Day (with Bill Clinton).

Stuart Woods is known for his suspenseful and thrilling novels, which often explore the criminal underworld. However, Woods is more than just a novelist – he is also a gifted teacher. He has written several books on writing skills, and his methods are highly popular among aspiring authors. If you’re interested in learning more about Stuart Woods and his work, be sure to check out his biography page.