For the American composer, see Daniel Gregory Mason.
Daniel Mason (b. ca. 1976) is an American novelist. He was raised in Palo Alto, California. He received a BA in biology from Harvard University in 1994, graduating at the top of his class. He later graduated from medical school at the University of California, San Francisco. He wrote his first novel, The Piano Tuner, while still a medical student. The book became a bestseller and was published in 27 countries. Mason's second novel, A Far Country, was published in March 2007.
- The Piano Tuner - 2002
- A Far Country - 2007
- Death of the Pugilist, or The Famous Battle of Jacob Burke & Blindman McGraw - 2008 
- About the author at Borzoi books
- Interview with Mason at identitytheory.com
- Interview with Mason at Bold Type
- Review of The Piano Tuner by Michiko Kakutani in The New York Times
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