Jürgen Duensing

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Jürgen Duensing (born October 28, 1941 in Aschaffenburg , Bavaria ) is a German author who wrote mainly novels from the western , science fiction and horror genre .


After leaving school, Jürgen Duensing trained as a wholesaler and later worked as a car salesman at Mercedes, among other things.

In 1957 he published his first short story ( Call of the Past ) in Henry Bings' anthology Alluring Future . 1958 his first novel. He took the step to independence as a freelance writer in 1978. He wrote science fiction and novels for western and horror / horror series.

He married in 1962 and had a son in 1967. From 1988 to 2017 he and his wife ran an antiquarian bookshop in Aschaffenburg.

Used pseudonyms:

  • Vivian Baker (Romantic Thriller), John Blood (Horror), Frank Callahan (Western), John Cimarron (Western), Jeany Steiger (Romantic Thriller), JC Dwynn (Science Fiction and Western), Betty Farmer (Romantic Thriller), Frank Donovan (Western)

Publishing pseudonyms:

  • Robert Lamont (Professor Zamorra), Jack Slade (Lassiter)

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