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Categorization is odious. There is tremendous overlap among genres. These pigeonholes are offered only as a convenience.

Chester D. Campbell (1925 - )

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Chester Campbell has been involved in all types of writing during a career that has spanned 59 years. He has been a newspaper reporter, freelance writer, magazine editor, political speechwriter, advertising copywriter, public relations professional and an association executive. He also served as an Air Force intelligence officer in the Korean War and retired from the Air Force Reserve as a lieutenant colonel. He has used this varied background to create Greg McKenzie, a retired Air Force investigator, whose adventures he has chronicled in a series of mystery novels. Active in writers' organizations, he is West Area Representative for the Southeast Chapter, Mystery Writers of America, and is secretary-treasurer of the Middle Tennessee Chapter, Sisters in Crime.

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