Obituary: Bill Crider

Author Bill Crider (b.1941) died on February 12. Crider was best known as a mystery author who wrote several different series, including the Sheriff Dan series, the Carl Burns series, the Sally Good series, etc. he also wrote Westerns and Horror novels. His short story “It Doesn’t Matter Anymore” won the 2015 Sidewise Award and he won the Golden Duck Award in 1998 for Mike Gonzo and the UFO Terror.

Crider Enters Hospice

Author Bill Crider, best known for his crime fiction, has announced that he has entered hospice. Crider has been battling cancer for several years and notes that he most likely only has a few weeks left. Crider was the recipient of the Sidewise Award for 2015.
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