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Jeanne Kalogridis

J.M. Dillard, Tampa, Florida "Star Trek" convention 1989.

Jeanne Kalogridis (pronounced Jean Kal-o-GREED-us), is the pseudonym of J.M. Dillard (born 1954), a writer of historical, science and horror fiction.

She was born in Florida and studied at the University of South Florida, earning first a BA in Russian and then an MA in Linguistics. After college she taught English as a foreign language at the American University in Washington, D.C., before moving to the West Coast.

Contents

  • Bibliography of works 1
    • The Diaries of the Family Dracul 1.1
    • Novels 1.2
    • Movie Novelizations 1.3
    • Star Trek: The Original Series 1.4
    • Star Trek Movie Novelizations 1.5
    • Star Trek: The Next Generation 1.6
    • Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 1.7
    • Star Trek: Enterprise 1.8
    • War of the Worlds 1.9
    • Other books 1.10
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Bibliography of works

The Diaries of the Family Dracul

  • Covenant with the Vampire (1995)
  • Children of the Vampire (1996)
  • Lord of the Vampires (1997)

Novels

  • Specters (1991) (as J.M. Dillard)
  • The Burning Times (1997)
  • The Borgia Bride (2005)
  • I, Mona Lisa (2006) (UK title: Painting Mona Lisa)
  • The Devil's Queen (2009)
  • The Scarlet Contessa: A Novel of the Italian Renaissance (2010)
  • The Inquisitor's Wife (2013)

Movie Novelizations

Star Trek: The Original Series

  • Mindshadow (1985)
  • Demons (1986)
  • Bloodthirst (1987)
  • The Lost Years (1989)
  • Recovery (1995)

Star Trek Movie Novelizations

Star Trek: The Next Generation

  • Possession (1996) (with Kathleen O'Malley)
  • Resistance (2007)

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

Star Trek: Enterprise

War of the Worlds

Other books

  • Star Trek: Where No One Has Gone Before - A History in Pictures (1994)
  • Star Trek: The Next Generation Sketchbook - The Movie: Generations & First Contact (1998) (with John Eaves)

References

  • J M Dillard - Fantasticfiction
  • Jeanne Kalogridis - Fantasticfiction
  • J.M. Dillard Titles - Simon
  • Jeanne Kalogridis - Randomhouse

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