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Gregg Hurwitz


(Gregg Andrew Hurwitz)
USA flag (1973 - )

Gregg Hurwitz is the internationally bestselling author of I See You, We Know, and Or She Dies. His most recent thriller, Youre Next, was a Richard and Judy selection. A graduate of Harvard and Oxford Universities, he lives with his family in California, where he writes screenplays and comics, and produces for the blockbuster television hit V.
 
Series
 
 
 
Novels
The Tower (1999)
Minutes to Burn (2001)
Do No Harm (2002)
The Crime Writer (2007)
     aka I See You
We Know (2008)
     aka Trust No One
Or She Dies (2009)
     aka They're Watching
You're Next (2010)
The Survivor (2011)
Tell No Lies (2013)
Don't Look Back (2014)
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Graphic Novels
 
Gregg Hurwitz recommends

Dark Rooms (2015)
Lili Anolik
"Megan Abbott meets Twin Peaks."

IQ (2016)
(IQ, book 1)
Joe Ide
"With its street poetics and truer-than-life characters, this beautifully spun first novel is gonna blow through the crime fiction world like a fire hose-blast of fresh air. Joe Ide has that rarest of writerly skills--a wholly unique voice, one that is at once irreverent and compelling, moving and incisive. IQ will become a reader favorite. It will get glowing reviews. It will be nominated for awards. Let me save you waiting around for the word of mouth to reach you--buy this book now."

The Blinds (2017)
Adam Sternbergh
"Adam Sternbergh tops my list of drop-everything-and-read novelists. With hints of Charles Willeford and Philip K. Dick, and rendered with achingly beautiful prose, The Blinds plucks the strings of Sternbergh’s favored themes-identity, loss, meta-reality-creating a symphony of noirish grit and improbable grace."

Crossing the Lines (2017)
Sulari Gentill
"A delightful, cerebral novel featuring a crime writer who grows dangerously enamored with her main character. As the interplay between creator and created reaches Russian-nesting-doll complexity, it forces us to question the nature of fiction itself."


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