Thomas Mullen is the author of The Last Town on Earth, which was named Best Debut Novel of 2006 by USA Today, was a Chicago Tribune Best Book of the Year, and was awarded the James Fenimore Cooper Prize for excellence in historical fiction.
Mullen was born in Providence, Rhode Island, and grew up in the nearby town of Barrington. A graduate of Oberlin College, he has also lived in Boston; in Chapel Hill, NC; and he now makes his home in Washington, DC, with his wife and son.
Genres: Historical Mystery
Thomas Mullen recommends
The Cutaway (2017)
"A smart, highly satisfying story of crime, politics, the media, and ruthless ambition."
The Hidden Light of Northern Fires (2017)
"A moving tale of loyalty and betrayal, violence and retribution, lofty ideals and harsh reality. Daren Wang has shined a light on a hidden corner of a story you thought you knew, revealing a divided America that, like our own, is both strange and true."
The Anomaly (2018)
(Anomaly Files, book 1)
"With witty writing, sharp characterizations and a killer premise, THE ANOMALY is escapist fun perfectly tuned to our age of conspiracy theories and alternative facts."
A People's History of the Vampire Uprising (2018)
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"A wide-angle, wild and weird exploration of politics, pop culture, and a diseased America. This tale of misguided hero worship and encroaching terror may be the perfect analogy for our own strange times."
Courting Mr. Lincoln (2019)
"Courting Mr. Lincoln gives us a young Abe Lincoln as we've never imagined him. It’s a moving portrait, told with cutting wit and intimately drawn detail, of three friends struggling to find their own identities against the weight of social expectations."
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