Mark Dawson (writer)

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Mark Dawson
BornLowestoft, Suffolk, United Kingdom
OccupationAuthor
LanguageEnglish
ResidenceSalisbury, Wiltshire
GenreThriller

Mark Dawson is a best-selling self-published English author.[1][2] He wrote the John Milton assassin thriller series of novels.[1]

Dawson was born and raised in Lowestoft, Suffolk, and studied law at Manchester University.[3][4] Before becoming an author, he was a lawyer.[3]

He lives in the Salisbury, Wiltshire area.[1][3][4]

Works[edit]

John Milton series

  • 1000 Yards (2014)
  • The Cleaner (2013)
  • Saint Death (2014)
  • The Driver (2014)
  • Ghosts (2014)
  • The Sword of God (2014)
  • Tarantula (2014)
  • Salvation Row (2014)
  • Headhunters (2015)
  • The Ninth Step (2016)
  • The Jungle (2016)
  • The Blackout (2017)
  • The Alamo (2017)
  • Redeemer (2018)
  • Sleepers (2018)
  • Twelve Days (2018)
  • Bright Lights (2019)

Beatrix Rose series

  • White Devil (2015)
  • Nine Dragons (2015)
  • Dragon Head (2015)
  • In Cold Blood (2015)
  • Blood Moon Rising (2015)
  • Blood and Roses (2015)
  • Phoenix (2017)
  • Tempest (2019)

Isabella Rose series

  • The Angel (2015)
  • The Asset (2016)
  • The Agent (2017)
  • The Assassin (2018)

Group 15 series

  • Scorpion (2017)
  • Witness X (2017)
  • Little Sister (2018)

Soho Noir Thrillers[edit]

  • The Black Mile (2013)
  • The Imposter (2013)
  • Gaslight (2014)

Standalone novels[edit]

  • The Art of Falling Apart (2012)
  • Subpoena Colada (2013)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c McGregor, Jay (17 April 2015). "Amazon Pays $450,000 A Year To This Self-Published Writer". Forbes.
  2. ^ Kelly, Guy (15 April 2016). "Meet Mark Dawson, the literary sensation you've never heard of". telegraph.co.uk. Retrieved 30 July 2016.
  3. ^ a b c Mikhailova, Anna (5 June 2016). "My commute... it was pure bloody murder". thetimes.co.uk. The Times. Retrieved 30 July 2016.
  4. ^ a b "Background". markjdawson.com. Retrieved 30 July 2016.

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