William Greenleaf was born in Illinois, spent most of his life in Southern Arizona, and now resides in the beautiful high desert near Santa Fe, New Mexico. He holds a business degree from Arizona State University and worked as a corporate strategic and financial planner before changing careers in 1988 to become a professional writer.
Greenleaf’s previously published novels are Timejumper, The Tartarus Incident, The Pandora Stone, Starjacked, and Clarion. A common theme in his novels is the resilience of the human spirit and the ability of ordinary people, when threatened by extraordinary circumstances, to reach into themselves for the resources necessary to survive. This theme is explored further in his latest novel Bloodright.
When he isn’t writing, Greenleaf enjoys exploring the back roads of New Mexico with his wife (and childhood sweetheart) Martha, learning as much as he can about the fascinating blend of cultures in this land of enchantment, and pursuing his quest for the perfect margarita.
William GreenleafWhen a brilliant point of light appears in the southern sky, Nathan Oakes is finishing his early-morning run in Central... More
- The Pandora Stone
William GreenleafArlo Triplethorn doesn't match the holo-vid image of a contract courier. Short, scrawny, and unremarkable in every way,... More