Graham Masterton (born 16 January 1946 in Edinburgh) is a British horror writer. Originally editor of Mayfair and the British version of Penthouse, Graham Masterton's first publication The Manitou premiered in 1976. This novel was accommodated in 1978 for the film The Manitou. Further functions garnered critical acclaim, including a Particular Edgar Award by the Mystery Writers of America for Charnel House along with a Silver Medal by the West Coast Review of Books for Mirror. He is also the only non-French winner of this prestigious Prix Julia Verlanger because of his book Family Portrait, an ingenious reworking of the Oscar Wilde book The Picture of Dorian Gray. Masterton was also the editor of Scare Care, a horror anthology published for the benefit of abused kids in Europe and the USA.
Masterton's books often contain visceral sex and horror. Besides his novels Masterton has composed a number of sex education books, such as How To Drive Your Man Wild In Bed and Wild Sex for New Lovers.
Masterton currently resides in Surrey, England. His wife and representative Wiescka died on 27 April 2011, aged 65.
Back in 2002, while living with his wife in Cork, Ireland, he included crime fiction into his repertoire with A Terrible Beauty comprising Native Detective Superintendent Katie Maguire. That was republished in 2013 as White Bones and marketed 100,000 ebook copies in a month. It's to be accompanied by further Katie Maguire experiences, Broken Angels (2013) and Crimson Light (2014). In 2010, Masterton published Rules of Duel, a short novel from the early 1970s he wrote in collaboration with William S. Burroughs (Burroughs has co-author credit).
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