Michael MacConnell

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Michael MacConnell is an Australian author. His first fiction novel, Maelstrom, was released in October 2007 by Hachette Livre. The first sequel novel Splinter, was released in July 2008. Both novels have been published in the United Kingdom, Germany, Australia and New Zealand. He is a member of the International Thriller Writers Organization. An avid reader of crime and thriller fiction since he was a child, some of his greatest writing influences were David Morrell, Raymond E. Feist, Alex Kava, Daniel Silva, Dean Koontz, Lee Child, Michael Cordy, and Steven Pressfield. His first novel, Maelstrom, made the Ned Kelly Award long list in the Best Debut Novel category.

Michael is represented by the Selwa Anthony Author Management Agency.

Novels[edit]

  • Maelstrom (2007)
  • Splinter (2008)