S.Z. Biller of Seminole will sign copies of his new book, “Dale Trotter: Man from Muskogee,” from 9:30 a.m. to noon Saturday at the Seminole Public Library.

The book is published by PublishAmerica.


S.Z. Biller of Seminole will sign copies of his new book, “Dale Trotter: Man from Muskogee,” from 9:30 a.m. to noon Saturday at the Seminole Public Library.
The book is published by PublishAmerica.
The book follows Dale Trotter, a young, professionally trained detective who has decided to base his services in a small Oklahoma town. Using his keen interpersonal instincts to get at the heart of a crime, he helps the police track down their person. Justice drives him, and at the end of the day it is always the people involved in the crime with whom he is most concerned.
Biller was born in the small desert town of Barstow, Calif. However, he has spent nearly half of his life in one small Oklahoma town or another, namely Ada and Seminole (both of which have been sites of mysterious crimes). He said his inspiration for Dale Trotter came while working in a doughnut shop, where he met lots of interesting people of all walks of life. He said he considers Oklahomans to be very inspiring.
Biller earned a degree in early childhood education from the Nazarene Bible College in 2007. He lives with his parents and 10 siblings and plans to continue developing his freelance writing career. He said he dreams of one day supporting his own family with his books and articles.
For more information about Saturday’s book signing, call (405) 584-9537.