Allan Reed Folsom (December 9, 1941 – May 16, 2014) was an American screenwriter and novelist.
Born in Orlando, Florida, Folsom grew up in Boston, United States. In 1963, he worked as a camera man, editor, writer and producer in California. He then wrote scripts for TV series and films, such as Hart to Hart.
He wrote five books: The Day After Tomorrow (1994), Day of Confession (1998), The Exile (2004), The Machiavelli Covenant (2006) and The Hadrian Memorandum (2009)
- The Day After Tomorrow (1994)
- Day of Confession (1998)
- The Exile (2004)
- The Machiavelli Covenant (2006)
- The Hadrian Memorandum (2009)
- "The New York Times Best Seller List, April 24, 1994" (PDF).
- Daniel E. Slotnik: Allan Folsom, Screenwriter and Novelist, Dies at 72. In: The New York Times, May 22, 2014.
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