ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Terrence P. McCauley is an award-winning writer of crime fiction and thrillers. He is the author of the James Hicks series, which include: THE FAIRFAX INCIDENT, , A CONSPIRACY OF RAVENS, A MURDER OF CROWS and SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL, published by Polis Books. He has also written two award-winning novels set in 1930 New York City – PROHIBITION and SLOW BURN.
In September 2018, Kensington Books will publish Terrence's first western WHERE THE BULLETS FLY as part of his new Sheriff Aaron Mackey series. The second entry in the series - DARK TERRITORY - will be published in 2019.
Terrence's World War I novella - THE DEVIL DOGS OF BELLEAU WOOD - won the Silver Medal for Historical Fiction from the Military Writers Society of America. Proceeds from sales go directly to benefit the Semper Fi Fund.
In 2016, Terrence's short story 'EL CAMBALACHE' was nominated for Best Short Story in the ITW's annual Thriller Awards. In addition, has had short stories featured in Thuglit, Spintetingler Magazine, Shotgun Honey, Big Pulp and other publications. He is a member of the New York City chapter of the Mystery Writers of America, the International Thriller Writers, the International Crime Writers Association , the Military Writers Society of America and the Western Writers of America.
Terrence is an avid reader, a lover of classic movies and enjoys traveling. He's a huge cigar and soccer fan and supports Liverpool FC in the English Premier League and NYCFC in Major League Soccer. A proud native of The Bronx, NY, he is currently writing his next work of fiction.