Pseudonyms: W. Lambert III, Lambert Wilhelm, Raymond R. Lang, Chad Stuart, Karl Klyne, Adriana deBolt, Christopher Dane, L. Linehan.
William J. Lambert III was born in the U.S. Pacific Northwest, and presently divides his time between there, New York City, and Europe.
He attended university and majored in Marketing/Advertising. Between his junior and senior years, he accompanied a friend to South America to follow a treasure map from an obscure Spanish botanical text. His first published works detailing his adventures for men's magazine Argosy. While he was in South America and Mexico, he was able to see first-hand many of those archeological finds that insinuated visitation of aliens from outer space and would be used later in Erich Von Däniken's controversial "Alien Astronaut" books.
After university, Lambert enlisted in the U.S. Army and rose to the rank of E-5 (Sergeant).
After his Honorable Discharge, he was faced with either advantaging his degree in Marketing/Advertising, or taking off a couple of months to try his hand at a return to writing. At which time, he wrote his gay and straight
erotic sci-fi for Greenleaf Classics.
He followed up, under one pseudo or another, with ten popular mainstream sci-fi books for American Art Enterprises, under its Carousel imprint.
Over the years, besides his additional contributions to sci-fi/fantasy literature, Lambert has had published over a hundred books in genres that include romance (he was the first male author for Harlequin), adventure-espionage, children's, western, gay/straight/bi erotica, and
mystery. His German-language mysteries having had one critic deem Lambert a "Grandmaster" of crime writing. Lambert's books translated into eight foreign languages
Lambert has spent a good deal of his free time traveling the world, thoroughly believing that "being-there, doing-that, getting-the-T-shirt", is as good a way as any to portray accurately the exotic/erotic locales detailed throughout his fiction.
Synopsis provided by the author, July 2003.