USA Today bestselling author Kate Danley began her career with the novel The Woodcutter (published by 47North). It was honored with the Garcia Award for the Best Fiction Book of the Year, the first place Fantasy Book in the Reader Views Literary Awards, and was the first place winner of the Sci-Fi/Fantasy category in the Next Generation Indie Book Awards. Her other titles include Queen Mab, the Maggie MacKay: Magical Tracker series, and the O'Hare House Mysteries. Her plays have been produced in New York, Los Angeles, and DC Metro area. Her screenplay Fairy Blood won first place in the Breckenridge Festival of Film Screenwriting Competition in the Action/Adventure Category. She has over three hundred film, television, and theatre credits to her name, and specializes in sketch, improv, stand-up, and Shakespeare. She trained in on-camera puppetry with Mr. Snuffleupagus and played the head of a twenty-foot dinosaur on an NBC pilot. She lost on Hollywood Squares.
Phoef Sutton was born in Washington , DC. He attended James Madison University, where he acted in and wrote plays until they threw him out. He works in television where he has won two Emmys and a Golden Globe for the classic NBC show Cheers and a Peabody Award for ABC’s Boston Legal. Sutton lives in South Pasadena with his wife and two daughters. Reborn is his second Dead Man novel, following The Midnight Special. He’s also the author of the thriller Fifteen Minutes to Live.
Lisa Klink’s career has ranged from television to film to graphic novels—plus becoming a five-time Jeopardy! champion in her spare time. Beginning as a writer for Star Trek: Voyager and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, she’s gone on to contribute her substantial writing skills to Batman comics and Las Vegas resort attractions. Her work focuses on science fiction and action genres, with the occasional departure into romantic comedy. Reborn is her third Dead Man novel, following Slaves to Evil and Evil to Burn. Klink lives in Los Angeles and fills her day with aliens, holograms, psychics, and demigods.
Lee Goldberg is a two-time Edgar Award–nominated TV producer and a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author. His many books include the long-running Diagnosis Murder and Monk mysteries, The Walk, King City, Watch Me Die, and the international bestseller The Heist, which he co-wrote with Janet Evanovich. His numerous TV writing and producing credits include Diagnosis Murder, Monk, SeaQuest, Nero Wolfe, and The Glades. He's also worked as a consultant for TV networks and studios in Europe, Canada, and Sweden and has served on the Board of the Mystery Writers of America.
William Rabkin is a two-time Edgar Award nominee who writes the Psych series of novels and is the author of Writing the Pilot. He has consulted for studios in Canada, Germany, and Spain on television series production and teaches screenwriting at UCLA Extension and as an adjunct professor in UC Riverside’s low-residency master’s program.