Bill A. Brier

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Bill grew up in California and went to Hollywood High School, then served in the Air Force as a combat cameraman.

After hiring on at Disney Studios as a film loader, he soon advanced and moved on to other film studios.

He earned a master’s degree in psychology. A big help when working with Trumpish Hollywood producers. You're fired!

During his more than twenty-​five years in the movie business as a cameraman, film editor, and general manager, Bill worked on everything from the hilarious, The Love Bug, to the creepy, The Exorcist, to the far out, Star Trek and Battle Star Galactica.

Eight years ago, Bill switched from reading scripts to writing thriller/mysteries and driving racecars. After completing three award-​winning novels, he signed with
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Bill A. Brier The book is called THE KILLER WHO HATED SOUP. I worked on writing it for years and years, and both my publisher, Black Opal Books, and I are excited t…moreThe book is called THE KILLER WHO HATED SOUP. I worked on writing it for years and years, and both my publisher, Black Opal Books, and I are excited to see this exciting story finally come to light—a story based on a true event.

In 1957, the city of Tulsa, Oklahoma, buried a brand new automobile as a way of commemorating the state’s fifty years of statehood. Fifty years later, on the state’s one-hundredth birthday, they dug it up! But what did they find hidden inside the car? We may never know. But my mystery tells a tale of events that could have happened, with twists, turns, surprises, and an ending that you won’t see coming in a million years.
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Federal Bureau of Investigation J. Edgar Hoover Building 935 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, D.C. 20535-0001 Special Agent Ashcroft Mr. Michael Thomas, Esq m_thomas2002@fastermail.com Dear Mr. Thomas, I wish to inform you that we have in custody one Debbie Boldt-Baker, aka Martha Stuartt, who is facing charges of mail fraud, treachery and extortion.  You know her […]


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