Scott M. Baker was born and raised in Everett, Massachusetts and spent twenty-three years in northern Virginia working for the Central Intelligence Agency. Scott is now retired and lives in Gainesville, Florida as a full-time writer along with his wife and fellow author Alison Beightol and his stepdaughter. He has written Yeitso, his homage to the giant monster movies of the 1950s that he loved watching as a kid; The Vampire Hunters trilogy, about humans fighting the undead in Washington D.C.; the Rotter World trilogy, a post-apocalyptic zombie saga; as well as Nazi Ghouls from Space (the title says it all). Scott is currently working on his zombie apocalypse trilogy and a series of young adult post-apocalyptic novels.
Scott has also authored several short stories, including "Cruise of the Living Dead" (a zombie outbreak aboard a cruise ship), "Deck the Malls with Bowels of Holly" (an alcoholic mall Santa battles zombie reindeer), "Last Flight of the Bismarck" (steampunk zombies), "The Hunger" (cannibalism during a zombie apocalypse), "Lebenden Toten at the Gate" (Nazis versus zombies at Stalingrad), "From Space It Came" (a giant spider from space), and the novella Dead Water.
When not writing, Scott can usually be found doting on the two boxers and one cat that kindly allow him to live with them.
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