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Bill Beverly

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Bill Beverly grew up in Kalamazoo, Michigan, and studied at Oberlin College and the University of Florida. His research on criminal fugitives and the stories surrounding them became the book On the Lam: Narratives of Flight in J. Edgar Hoover's America. He teaches American literature and writing at Trinity University in Washington, DC.

Genres: Mystery
   Dodgers (2016)
Dagger Awards Best Book nominee (2016) : Dodgers
Anthony Awards Best First Novel nominee (2017) : Dodgers
Barry Awards Best First Novel nominee (2017) : Dodgers
Edgar Awards Best First Novel nominee (2017) : Dodgers
Macavity Awards Best First Book nominee (2017) : Dodgers

Bill Beverly recommends
Gangster Nation (2017)
(Gangsterland, book 2)
Tod Goldberg
"Gangster Nation punches even harder than the excellent Gangsterland did: against the backdrop of 9/11, everybody's roughed up and bleeding, and nobody's hiding it well. Tod Goldberg's weird world is getting The Sopranos-good, and The Sopranos-funny: he can hit you high, low, or straight in the gut. Meshugener wiseguys. It'll make you a better killer--and a better rabbi."
A Man Named Doll (2021)
(Happy Doll, book 1)
Jonathan Ames
"A MAN NAMED DOLL: a singular read about the peril of having a body. Gallows humor in overdrive on Dilaudid, crashing merrily downhill."

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