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Arthur Herzog
Born 1927
Occupation Novelist, journalist
Citizenship United States
Genres Science fiction, true crime

Arthur Herzog (born 1927) is an American novelist, non-fiction writer, and journalist, well known for his works of science fiction and true crime books.

His novels The Swarm and Orca have been made into films. His science fiction novel IQ 83 is being made into a film by Dreamworks.

Herzog is also the author of non-fiction books: The Church Trap is a critique of Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish church organization and institutions particularly in the U.S. 17 Days: The Katie Beers Story, is about the kidnapping and child sexual abuse of Katie Beers.



  • The Church Trap [non-fiction]. New York, Macmillan, 1968/2003. (ISBN 0-595-27611-3; ISBN 978-0-595-27611-0)
  • The Swarm. 1974.
  • Orca. Pocket Publishers, 1977. (ISBN 0-671-81138-X)
  • Heat. Signet, 1977. (ISBN 0-595-27149-9)
  • IQ 83. Simon & Schuster, 1978. (ISBN 0-671-22906-0)
  • Make Us Happy. Crowell, 1978. (ISBN 0-690-01460-0)
  • Glad to be Here. Crowell, 1979. (ISBN 0-690-01818-5)
  • Aries Rising: A Novel. Richard Marek Publishers, 1980. (ISBN 0-399-90088-8)
  • The Craving. Dell Publishing, 1982. (ISBN 0-440-11014-9)
  • Vesco. Doubleday, 1987. (ISBN 0-385-24176-3)
  • The Woodchipper Murder. Henry Holt & Company, 1989. (ISBN 0-8050-0753-9)
  • 17 Days: The Katie Beers Story, 2003 (ISBN 0-595-27146-4)
  • The B.S. Factor. iUniverse, 2003 (ISBN 0-595-27610-5)



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