Secrets of Stuart R. West
Stuart R. West, Author
Stuart R. West is a lifelong resident of Kansas, which he considers both a curse and a blessing. It's a curse because...well, it's Kansas. But it's great because…well, it’s Kansas. Lots of cool, strange and creepy things happen in the Midwest, and Stuart takes advantage of them in his books. Call it “Kansas Noir.” Stuart writes thrillers, horror and mysteries usually tinged with humor, both for adult and young adult audiences.

Stuart spent 25 years in the corporate sector and now writes full time. He’s married to a professor of pharmacy (who greatly appreciates the fact he cooks dinner for her every night) and has a 25 year old daughter who’s dabbling in the nefarious world of banking.

If you're still reading this, you may as well head on over to Stuart's blog at:

Oh, let's just get all the links outta the way while we're at it:

All in one Amazon Stuart R. West page.

My BWL Publishing, Inc. author page.

I can be found lurking at Twitter, too: @StuartRWest

Don't take my word for it (But it'd be easier if you did.) Here's what the critics are saying:

Stephen King step aside. Stuart West just entered the building. West is a generous writer, never disappoints.
              -Suzanne de Montigny, author of                    the Shadow of the Unicorn series.

Super creepy. West has a way of writing that puts you right into his world, an artist with edge-of-the-seat storytelling ability.
              -Boundless Book Reviews

West puts a funny twist on the most serious situation. Funny and scary, West can do both at the same time.
              -Marva Dasef, author of The
               Witches of Galdorheim series.

Great stories, engaging characters, dark humor and lots of action.
              -Heather Brainerd, author of the
               Jose Picada mystery series.

Scary, witty, and devilishly funny! Stuart West is one of the few authors who can deliver shivers as easily as he delivers laughs.
              -L.X. Cain, author of Bloodwalker
               and Soul Cutter

"I knew Stuart would never amount to anything!"
Stuart's ninth grade english teacher