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Lisa Lutz


USA flag (1970 - )

Lisa Lutz is the New York Times bestselling author of The Spellman Files, Curse of the Spellmans, Revenge of the Spellmans, The Spellmans Strike Again, Trail of the Spellmans, Spellman Six: The Next Generation (previously published as The Last Word), Heads you Lose (with David Hayward), and the children's book, How to Negotiate Everything (illustrated by Jaime Temairik). Her latest book, How to Start a Fire, will be published in May 2015. Lutz has won the Alex award and has been nominated for the Edgar Award for Best Novel.

Although she attended UC Santa Cruz, UC Irvine, the University of Leeds in England, and San Francisco State University, she still does not have a bachelor's degree. Lisa spent most of the 1990s hopping through a string of low-paying odd jobs while writing and rewriting the screenplay Plan B, a mob comedy. After the film was made in 2000, she vowed she would never write another screenplay. Lisa lives in the Hudson Valley, NY.
 
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Awards
Anthony Awards Best First Novel nominee (2008) : The Spellman Files
Barry Awards Best First Novel nominee (2008) : The Spellman Files
Dilys Awards Best Book nominee (2008) : The Spellman Files
Macavity Awards Best First Novel nominee (2008) : The Spellman Files
Edgar Awards Best Novel nominee (2009) : Curse of the Spellmans
Macavity Awards Best Novel nominee (2009) : Curse of the Spellmans


Lisa Lutz recommends
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The California Roll (2010)
(Radar Hoverlander, book 1)
John Vorhaus
"Immensely enjoyable."
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The Sisters Chase (2017)
Sarah Healy
"Part mystery, part road novel, part family saga, The Sisters Chase had me riveted from the first secret to the last revelation. Mary Chase is a force of nature and a truly unforgettable heroine."
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Gangster Nation (2017)
(Gangsterland, book 2)
Tod Goldberg
"Tod Goldberg's brilliant Gangster Nation is hilarious, complex, and a total page-turner. It's also a little insane, in the best possible way."

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