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Her first piece of Starsky and Hutch art was the cover of The Who Do We Trust Times #2. Her artwork has often been described as having a clean style.
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Merle Decker is the godmother of K/S and ST gen illos. Definitely rocked my world when I first saw her artworks in Bloodstone and Broken Images.
Her pen and ink are so recognizable that you know that the story she's illustrating is gonna be a good one. I love the variety of scenes that she can draw—very expressive. She is also an awesome writer.Definitely a multi-talented lady. 
"I adore Merle Decker. I've hung on to the art she's done for my stories even after selling gobs (technical term!) of original K/S art over the past few years. I won't sell Merle's art."
- Progressions (1985)
cover of As I Do Thee #2
interior art As I Do Thee #1
interior art from As I Do Thee #2
cover of As I Do Thee #8
cover of The Bloodstone (1983)
cover of Broken Images (1983), showing Kirk torn between two universes.
interior art Broken Images
cover of Captives (1981)
cover of Charisma #14
cover of Contact #8
Contact Christmas #1
cover of Dangerous Lives, Dangerous Visions #2
cover of Death Dance
cover of Home is the Hunter (1979)
interior art for Naked Times #3
Passages (1978) front cover
interior art Precessional
Interior art Precessional
cover of Psychic Storm (1987)
cover of Shadows in the Rain (1990)
cover of TLC
Interior art from Thrust (1978)