Michael Prescott

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Michael Prescott
Born 1960
New Jersey, United States
Occupation Novelist, 1986–present
Nationality American
Genre Crime fiction
Website
michaelprescott.net

Michael Prescott (born 1960) is a contemporary American, New York Times bestselling writer of crime fiction.[1]

Early life[edit]

Michael Prescott grew up in New Jersey. He graduated from Wesleyan University in 1980, where he majored in Film Studies.[2]

Career[edit]

Prescott moved to Los Angeles in 1981, and there he worked as a freelance magazine article writer, archival researcher, editor, and wrote scripts for independent film producers.[3] In 1986, he sold his first novel, which was in the horror genre. In 1992, under the pseudonym Brian Harper, he switched to crime and suspense novels, most of which are set in Los Angeles or in Arizona. He has contributed short stories to several anthologies.

Bibliography[edit]

Written as Brian Harper[edit]

  1. Shiver (1992)
  2. Shudder (1994)
  3. Shatter (1995)
  4. Deadly Pursuit (1995)
  5. Blind Pursuit (1997)
  6. Mortal Pursuit (1998)

Written as Michael Prescott[edit]

  1. Comes the Dark (1999)
  2. Stealing Faces (1999)
  3. The Shadow Hunter (2000) (German version: Die Stalkerjägerin, Translator: Olaf Knechten, 2014)
  4. Last Breath (2002)
  5. Next Victim (2002)
  6. In Dark Places (2004)
  7. Dangerous Games (2005)
  8. Mortal Faults (2006)
  9. Final Sins (2007)
  10. Riptide (2010)
  11. Grave of Angels (2012)

Written as Owen Fusterbuster[edit]

  1. Die Stupid (2011)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Q&A with Michael Prescott, The Best Selling Author of Riptide". Mystery Tribune. January 12, 2012. Retrieved November 6, 2012. 
  2. ^ Donahue, Deirdre (December 13, 2011). "Self-Published Authors Find E-Success". USA Today. Retrieved November 6, 2012. 
  3. ^ The 7 Question Interview with Michael Prescott, Writing Raw. Retrieved November 6, 2012.

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