Stephen King has written more than fifty horror, science fiction, and fantasy novels in addition to several story and essay collections. His most recent novels are Mr. Mercedes and Revival. He divides his time between Maine and Florida.
Neither of William Sloane’s novels are, strictly speaking, science fiction. They are good stories, and can be read simply for pleasure, but what makes them fascinating and takes them to a higher level is their complete (and rather blithe) disregard of genre boundaries.