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A. B. Funkhauser

A. B. Funkhauser December 22, 2016

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Debut Heuer Lost and Found: Winner, Preditors & Editors Reader’s Poll for Best Horror 2015, and Medalist Winner, New Apple E-Book Award 2016 for Horror
Sophomore release Scooter Nation: Medalist Winner, New Apple E-book Award 2016 for Humor, and Winner Best Humor Summer Indie Book Awards 2016

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Author Details

Pen Name
A. B. Funkhauser
Memberships & Designations
Sisters in Crime, Toronto Chapter; Writers Community of Durham Region
Where I Live
Pickering, Ontario, Canada
Toronto born author A.B. Funkhauser is a funeral director, classic car nut and wildlife enthusiast living in Ontario, Canada. Like most funeral directors, she is governed by a strong sense of altruism fueled by the belief that life chooses us, not we it.

Her debut novel Heuer Lost and Found, released in April 2015, examines the day to day workings of a funeral home and the people who staff it. Winner of the Preditors & Editors Reader’s Poll for Best Horror 2015, and the New Apple EBook Award 2016 for Horror, Heuer Lost and Found is the first installment in Funkhauser’s Unapologetic Lives series. Her sophomore effort, Scooter Nation, released March 11, 2016 through Solstice Publishing. Winner of the New Apple Ebook Award 2016 for Humor, and Winner Best Humor Summer Indie Book Awards 2016, Metamorph Publishing, Scooter picks up where Heuer left off, this time with the lens on the funeral home as it falls into the hands of a woeful sybarite.

A devotee of the gonzo style pioneered by the late Hunter S. Thompson, Funkhauser attempts to shine a light on difficult subjects by aid of humorous storytelling. “In gonzo, characters operate without filters which means they say and do the kinds of things we cannot in an ordered society. Results are often comic but, hopefully, instructive.”

Funkhauser is currently working on SHELL GAME, a subversive feline “whodunit” begun during NaNoWriMo 2016.

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