Boston Teran is the American author of eleven novels.

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  • Gardens of Grief, a sequel to Boston Teran’s literary classic, The Creed of Violence, is not only a powerful and thrilling piece of literature, it is also a forceful condemnation of one of the most monstrous and controversial events of the twentieth century-the Armenian genocide. In 1915, Islamic fundamentalists in Turkey annihilated two million innocent Armenians. Were the atrocities committed by the Turkish government an unfortunate act of war, or the methodical extermination of a people that was unequalled in history up to that time? The novel has been compared to Hemingway’s For Whom the Bell Tolls, where honor and bravery align with selflessness, to the impassioned advocacy for justice of Emile Zola’s J’Accuse, the writer’s 1898 open letter on the Dreyfus Affair, and to the work of Solzhenitsyn, for his treatment of the horrors of oppression.

    "The Creed of Violence" is a father-son redemption story set in the West. It is based on the unpublished novel was written by Boston Teran. The story, set in 1910, revolves around an estranged father and son trying to thwart an arms smuggling ring bringing weapons to Mexico.

  • An epic in styling and scope, often brutal account of the ultimate desperation of war for oil, Boston Teran’s novel ‘The Creed of Violence’ brings a unique perspective to U.S. imperialism in the early 20th century.

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    Boston Teran

    God Is a Bullet (1999)
    2000 New Blood Dagger Award
    Finalist 2000 Edgar Award for Best First Novel

    Never Count Out the Dead (2001)

    The Prince of Deadly Weapons (2002)

  • Boston Teran

    God Is a Bullet (1999)
    2000 New Blood Dagger Award
    Finalist 2000 Edgar Award for Best First Novel

    Never Count Out the Dead (2001)

    The Prince of Deadly Weapons (2002)

    Case Hardin take their name from the female lead in Boston Teran's noir thriller 'God Is A Bullet' (Pan 2000). In the finest tradition of naming groups, it came about by virtue of being the book that band- leader and songwriter Pete Gow was reading when the call came through that they had secured their first gig; necessity was, once again, the mother of invention on that day.

Smashwords – About Boston Teran

It was a love of mystery novels that brought Gary Shulze and Pat Frovarp together — a love of God Is a Bullet by Boston Teran, to be specific.