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Andrew Pyper


Canada (b.1968)

Andrew Pyper was born in Stratford, Ontario, in 1968. He received a B.A. and an M.A. in English Literature from McGill University in Montreal, as well as a law degree from the University of Toronto. Although called to the bar in 1996, he has never practiced.
 

Awards: ITW (2014)  see all

Genres: Horror
 
Novels
   Lost Girls (1999)
   The Trade Mission (2002)
     aka Dark Descent
   The Wildfire Season (2005)
   The Killing Circle (2008)
   The Guardians (2011)
   The Demonologist (2013)
   The Damned (2015)
   The Only Child (2017)
   The Homecoming (2019)
   The Residence (2020)
   Oracle (2021)
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Collections
   Kiss Me (1996)
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Novellas and Short Stories
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Andrew Pyper recommends
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A Rough Way to Go (2024)
Sam Garonzik
"In A Rough Way To Go, Sam Garonzik focuses on the most frightening antagonist in contemporary American crime: money. Add to the mix an overwhelmed new dad looking to be a hero (like all new dads), and you've got a winning, nerve-jangling debut."
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A History of Fear (2022)
Luke Dumas
"A delicious walk along the razor's edge between the imagined and the supernatural, A History of Fear is candy for readers who like their thrills real and their horror a worrying whisper in their head."
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The Opportunist (2022)
Elyse Friedman
"In The Opportunist, family brings unavoidable dangers. So does money. So does our memory of who we used to be. For her part, Elyse Friedman brings wit and pace and plenty of surprises to a novel you think you've figured out at least three or four times, but each time you'll be thrilled when proven wrong."

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Books containing stories by Andrew Pyper
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Unnerving Magazine: Issue #14 (2020)
Another Stephen King-Inspired Extended Edition
(Unnerving Magazine, book 14)
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Toronto Noir (2008)
(Akashic Noir)
edited by
Janine Armin

Awards
2014 ITW Award for Best Hardcover Novel : The Demonologist

Award nominations
2014 Shirley Jackson Award for Best Novel (nominee) : The Demonologist
2001 Shamus Award for Best First PI Novel (nominee) : Lost Girls
2000 John Creasey (New Blood) Dagger (shortlist) : Lost Girls


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