Official Website of Author and Freelance Wildlife and Outdoor Photographer

No One Dare Call Her A Liar: The Untold Story of Alma Kruckenberg's 1938 Murder

Winner of the 2022 IPPY Bronze Medal Award in the category of Midwest - Best Regional Non-Fiction
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Biography
Larry Lee Kruckenberg is a retired state agency administrator. His award-winning career spanned nearly fifty years with two state wildlife agencies – North Dakota and Wyoming – and a non-profit organization that represented all the western states and provinces. During his professional career, Kruckenberg authored more than 170 magazine articles and professional papers. His first book, Big Bend Country: A Journey of Good Times, Hard Times, and Hope, debuted in November 2020 and continues to receive high praise. His eagerly anticipated second book, No One Dare Call Her A Liar: The Untold Story of Alma Kruckenberg's 1938 Murder, was published in June of 2021.

Besides writing, Larry is also an accomplished freelance photographer. Hundreds of his images have appeared in dozens of national magazines in recent years. Kruckenberg was born and raised in western North Dakota and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology/Wildlife Biology from North Dakota State University. His is a member of the Outdoor Writers Association of America, as well as numerous national conservation organizations. Larry and his wife, Roene, currently reside in Cheyenne, Wyoming, though "home" is often described as anywhere their four bird dogs lead them.
Books

No One Dare Call Her A Liar: The Untold Story of Alma Kruckenberg's 1938 Murder

Big Bend Country: A Journey of Good Times, Hard Times, and Hope