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Thomas H. Cook was born in Fort Payne, Alabama in 1947. He has been nominated for the Edgar seven times in five different categories. He is the recipient of the Best Novel Edgar (for The Chatham School Affair), the Martin Beck Award of the Swedish Academy of Detection, the Herodotus Prize for Best Historical Short Story, and the Barry for Best Novel (Red Leaves). He has been nominated for the Lawlie Dagger award of the Association of British Crime Writers, the Macavity Award, the Anthony Award, and the Dashiell Hammett Prize. He lives in New York City and on Cape Cod.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Travel writers -- Fiction.
Missing persons -- Investigation -- Fiction.