Before his thrillers landed him on The New York Times Bestseller list, Kevin O'Brien was a railroad inspector who wrote novels at night. His second novel, ONLY SON (1997) was optioned for film rights, thanks to interest from Tom Hanks, and featured in Readers Digest Select Editions. His first thriller, THE NEXT TO DIE, became a USA Today Bestseller. THE LAST VICTIM (2005), won the Spotted Owl Award for Best Pacific Northwest Mystery, and hit the New York Times Bestseller list. Several more New York Times Bestselling thrillers followed. Press & Guide said: "If Alfred Hitchcock were alive today and writing novels, his name would be Kevin O'Brien." Kevin's latest nail-biter is THE BAD SISTER. His is also one of thirteen award-winning thriller authors to contribute a short story to the anthology, NOTHING GOOD HAPPENS AFTER MIDNIGHT, edited by Jeffery Deaver. Look for his new thriller, THE NIGHT SHE DISAPPEARED, on Amazon this summer. Kevin O'Brien lives in Seattle, served on the board of Seattle 7 Writers, and teaches at Hugo House. He's hard at work on his 24th novel. Visit: www.kevinobrienbooks.com.Read more Read less
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