Dave Gross

Dave Gross

Dave Gross is the author of the Radovan & the count novels for Pathfinder Tales, including Prince of Wolves, Master of Devils, Queen of Thorns, King of Chaos, and Lord of Runes. After teaching English and working as a technical writer, Dave joined TSR, Inc. as editor for Polyhedron Newszine. He moved successively from Dungeon Adventures to Dragon Magazine, then to Star Wars Insider and Gamer, and finally to Amazing Stories. He has dabbled in writing for computer games and still contributes to a roleplaying book now and then.

Dave’s first professional publications were short stories in Forgotten Realms anthologies. While he has continued to write short fiction, he has since published novels for the Forgotten Realms, Pathfinder, Warmachine, Arkham Horror, and other settings. He has also contributed to fiction anthologies including Tales of the Far West, Shotguns v. Cthulhu, The Lion and the Aardvark, Shattered Shields, andGods, Memes, and Monsters.

Dave is fond of movies, theater, tabletop games, and a good cocktail. He lives in Alberta, Canada, with his extraordinary wife, their bullying cat, and an eternally hungry Portuguese water dog.

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Edited by 2019-05-23 (Seregil of Rhiminee)
Speculative Fiction Novels (10)
2017  Hour of the Huntress (Arkham Horror)
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2015  Lord of Runes (Pathfinder Tales)
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2013  King of Chaos (Pathfinder Tales)
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2012  Queen of Thorns (Pathfinder Tales)
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2011  Master of Devils (Pathfinder Tales)
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2010  Prince of Wolves (Pathfinder Tales)
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2004  Mistress of the Night (Forgotten Realms: The Priests, #2)
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2003  Lord of Stormweather (Forgotten Realms: Sembia, #7)
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2001  Black Wolf (Forgotten Realms: Sembia, #4)
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1998  An Opportunity for Profit (Double Diamond Triangle Saga, #5)
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