Thomas Adcock

(Thomas Larry Adcock)
USA flag (b.1947)

Aka Buck Sanders (house pseudonym)

Thomas Adcock is a Detroit-born journalist and mystery novelist who won the Edgar Award for Best Paperback Original in 1992. His novels and short stories been translated into Japanese, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, Bulgarian and Czech. He began his newspaper career at the Detroit Free Press and has written for the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, Chicago Today, the Toronto Telegram, the New York Law Journal and The New York Times.

Adcock has also worked at a Manhattan advertising agency and taught journalism and creative writingat Temple University (Philadelphia), New York University, and the New School for Social Research (New York). He has been active in P.E.N. International, the Mystery Writers of America, the Czech Writers Union, and was co-founder of the North American chapter of the International Association of Crime Writers.
Neil Hockaday
   Sea of Green (1989)
   Dark Maze (1991)
   Drown All the Dogs (1994)
   Devil's Heaven (1995)
   Thrown-Away Child (1996)
   Grief Street (1997)
   Precinct 19 (1984)
   Murder On the Aisle (1989) (with Jon L Breen)
Anthologies containing stories by Thomas Adcock
Bronx Noir (2007)
(Akashic Noir)
edited by
S J Rozan

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