About the Author...
Lawrence Kelter hails from New York but now calls High Point, North Carolina his home. He is the bestselling author of more than twenty-five mystery and thriller novels including the Stephanie Chalice Mystery Series that has topped bestseller lists in the US, UK, and Australia. In 2017 he penned BACK TO BROOKLYN, the studio-authorized sequel to the cult comedy classic “My Cousin Vinny.”
Early in his writing career he received direction from literary icon, Nelson DeMille, who edited portions of his early work. Well before he said, “Lawrence Kelter is an exciting new novelist, who reminds me of an early Robert Ludlum,” he said, “Kid, your work needs editing, but that's a hell of a lot better than not having talent. Keep it up!”
His novels are quickly paced and crammed full of twists, turns, and laughs.
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News and Reviews...
“Lawrence Kelter is an exciting new novelist, who reminds me of an early Robert Ludlum."
“That often smudged line between right and wrong is masterfully explored in this novelization of a true event—the infamous 1984 Palm Sunday Massacre in New York City. A man spent 34 years in prison for the crime, but the question still remains—did he do it? Find out the answer.” — Steve Berry
“INTO THE GROOVE is a time machine to a meaner, dirtier New York City, a city of corruption where some of the worst offenders wear badges. Parole Officer Steady Groove's battle for his own brand of justice is one we want to fight with him.”
— Joseph Finder, New York Times bestselling author of HOUSE ON FIRE
“You can tell that Lawrence Kelter knows how to craft a murder mystery with twists and turns. Expect the unexpected.” — NPR
“A little bit Shaft, a little bit Easy Rawlins, Steadman "Steady" Groove is one bad-ass, rad dude. Kelter nails the art of blending fact and fiction in this masterful recreation of Brooklyn, circa 1984. Snappy dialogue straight from the era melds right into this atmospheric, emotionally-charged portrayal of a man living in two very different worlds. This is Kelter at his best. — Lynn Chandler Willis, Award-winning author, SEMWA President
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