For the American composer, see Daniel Gregory Mason.
Daniel Mason (b. ca. 1976) is an American novelist and physician. He is the author of The Piano Tuner and A Far Country. He was raised in Palo Alto, California, and received a BA in biology from Harvard University, later graduating from the UCSF School of Medicine. He wrote his first novel, The Piano Tuner, while still a medical student. It was later the basis for a 2004 opera of the same name (composed by Nigel Osborne to a libretto by Amanda Holden). Mason's second novel, A Far Country, was published in March 2007. His work has been published in 28 countries.
- The Piano Tuner - 2002
- A Far Country - 2007
- Death of the Pugilist, or The Famous Battle of Jacob Burke & Blindman McGraw - 2008 
- The Winter Soldier - 2018
- Interview with Mason at identitytheory.com
- Review of The Piano Tuner by Michiko Kakutani in The New York Times
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