Works by William J. Reynolds
William James Reynolds was born in Omaha, Nebraska, and is a graduate of Creighton University there. In 1984 Reynold's first novel, The Nebraska Quotient, was published by St. Martin's Press. It was nominated for a Shamus Award by the Private Eye Writers of America. Reynolds's second novel was Moving Targets (St. Martin's, 1986). His subsequent novels, Money Trouble (1988), Things Invisible (1989), and The Naked Eye (1990), were published by G. P. Putnam's Sons. His novels have been published in British, West German, Australian, and French editions, as well as in U. S. paperback editions by Ballantine Books. The Naked Eye was a Featured Selection of Book-of-the-Month Club's Mysterious Book Club.
In addition to novels, Reynolds has written several short-stories for Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine and original-mystery anthologies, as well as scores of nonfiction articles for a variety of magazines, including Better Homes and Gardens, Travel & Leisure, Corporate Report, and Writer's Digest.
Reynolds' most recent work includes Sioux Falls, The City and The People (Unicorn Publishing, 1994), Drive-By (Ex Machina, 1995) ,and South Dakota, The Face of the Future (Cherbo Publishing Group, 1999). He now makes his home in Sioux Falls.