David S. Larson

Other work by the author

2014 Peacemaker Award Finalist for Best Western Novel

A Sequel/Prequel to WEST

A Collection of

Short Stories

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David S. Larson, author/screenwriter

An award-winning Fortune 500 marketing executive,

David S. Larson wrote:

  • The Last Jewish Gangster: 1944-1969 The Early Years. 2016 Silver Award for Best Non-Fiction Biography from Readers Favorite International Writer Competition. 2015 Conference Choice Award at 31st Annual SDSU Writers' Conf.

  • WEST: Journey Across the Plains. 2016 Honorable Mention for Best Historical Fiction from Readers Favorite International Book Competition. 2014 Peacemaker Award Finalist for Best Western Novel.

  • Mr. Meeks – a sequel/prequel to WEST: Journey Across the Plains. 2016 Honorable Mention for Best Tall Tale from Readers Favorite International Book Competition.

  • MAYDAY: A Collection of Short Stories.

  • A Silken Thread screenplay adaptation of a Brenda Jackson Novel (slated for production with Debbie Allen attached).

  • Savage Reprisal screenplay adaptation from an unpublished novella of the same name by Michael Gibbs.

  • Pit Stop original screenplay.

  • Ghostwrote two fiction novels in 2019, a historical fiction fantasy, memoirs, and non-fiction business.


Larson lives in San Diego, California, where he currently works on:

  • Editing manuscripts and helping other writers get published.

  • Ghostwriting novels and scripts.

  • The Last Jewish Gangster, The Last Years

  • Ashley's Serial Killer, based on a true story of a middle-of-the-day survivor of a kidnapping that lasted 4-1/2 months.

  • Slugs Up In Between, screenplay based on Cathy Scott's non-fiction book, The Murder of Biggie Smalls.

  • The Lamb's Pimp, a memoir of Larson's teen years raised by evangelical holy-rollers and his escape from their dogma.

  • Another Brick in the Wall, the biography of Reza, an Iranian rebel descended from royalty, who escaped the Ayatollah and came to America.

  • Child of Chernobyl, the biography of Regina, a Ukrainian girl, who loses her father to the world's worst nuclear meltdown, then comes to America where life is even harder.


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