About Gaylon Greer
Working with traveling carnivals and itinerant farm labor gangs during his teen and early adult years took Gaylon Greer up, down, and across the United States and introduced him to a world of colorful individuals who serve as models for his fictional characters.
A return to school in pursuit of a high school diploma while serving as a crew member with the U.S. Air Force’s Air Sea Rescue Service led to three university degrees, including a PhD in economics from the University of Colorado, and a stint as a university professor.
After publishing several books on investing and personal financial planning and lecturing on those subjects to nationwide audiences, he shifted his energy to writing fiction full time. The Price of Sanctuary is his first novel. Gaylon lives near Austin, Texas.