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Ray Dyson
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Ray Dyson first took up eating in Evansville, IN, just long enough ago that not only is the house he was born in no longer there, neither is the street. He attended The Ohio State University School of Journalism, and spent several years as a newspaperman, covering crime and sports. He is a former sports editor and sports columnist, and now lives in Mansfield, OH, with his wife, Pamela, where he works as a freelance journalist. He is a noted U.S. and military historian, specializing in the Civil War, the American West and the American cinema.

Dyson is the author of three books: a baseball story Smokey Joe: A Baseball Fable, a western novel, Bannon: The Scavenger Breed, and his crime story, The Ice Cream Blonde, which is set in Hollywood in 1931. A fourth book, the crime story, The Naked Nymph in the Dark Flickers, will be published in the spring of 2016.
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