Mark Mills (writer)

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Mark Mills
Occupation Novelist, screenplay writer
Nationality English England
Period 1993 – present
Notable awards Crime Writers' Association Award – Best Crime Novel by a Debut Author
2004 Amagansett

Angers European First Film Festival – Best Screenplay
1995 One Night Stand
Children 2

Mark Mills is a British writer of screenplays and novels. His first screenplay was the BAFTA-nominated short film One Night Stand starring Jemma Redgrave and James Purefoy in 1993; this won Mills a Best Screenplay' award at the Angers European First Film Festival in 1995.

Mills's first novel was Amagansett, later reissued under the title The Whaleboat House published in 2004; this won him the award for Best Crime Novel by a Debut Author at the Crime Writers' Association Award. His second novel, The Savage Garden, was published in 2006. His third novel, The Information Officer, was published in April, 2009.

Work[edit]

Year Work Format Award
1993 One Night Stand Short film Angers European First Film Festival – Best Screenplay (Won)
1999 The Lost Son Film
2002 Global Heresy Film
2004 The Reckoning Film
Amagansett (reissued as "The Whaleboat House) Novel Crime Writers' Association Award – Best Crime Novel by a Debut Author (Won)
2006 The Savage Garden Novel
2009 The Information Officer Novel
2011 House of the Hanged Novel
2012 [The Long Shadow] Novel
2014 Waiting For Doggo Novel

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