Robert Dugoni

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Robert Dugoni
Born
Robert Vincent Dugoni

(1961-02-17) February 17, 1961 (age 59)[1]
EducationStanford University (B.A.)[2]
University of California at Los Angeles (J.D.)[2]
Occupationlawyer, author
Spouse(s)Cristina Dugoni

Robert Vincent Dugoni[3] (born February 17, 1961) is an American author currently living in Seattle, Washington. His novels have earned spots on The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, BookSense and Amazon bestseller lists.

Awards[edit]

Dugoni is a two-time winner of the Pacific Northwest Writer's Association's Literary Award, has twice been nominated for the Harper Lee Award for Legal Fiction (Murder One and My Sister's Grave), was a 2015 and a 2017 International Thriller Writer's finalist for thriller of the year (My Sister's Grave and In the Clearing), a 2017 finalist for the Mystery Writers of America Edgar Award (The Seventh Canon), the 2015 winner of the Nancy Pearl Award for Fiction (My Sister's Grave) and a two time winner of the Spotted Owl Award for best novel in the Pacific Northwest. His literary novel, "The Extraordinary Life of Sam Hell" was Suspense Magazine's 2019 Book of the Year. His novel, The Eighth Sister, the first in the Charles Jenkins series is an international best-seller and has been optioned for television. In 2010 The Providence Rhode Island Journal called him "The undisputed king of the legal thriller." His novels Bodily Harm and Murder One have been recognized by the Los Angeles Times and Library Journal as top-five thrillers of the year. My Sister's Grave became an Amazon, Library Journal, and Suspense Magazine 2014 Best Book of the Year and a New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller, as well as the #1 Amazon download in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Germany, Italy, and France. In the Clearing is an Amazon and Wall Street Journal bestseller. The Trapped Girl is a #1 Wall Street Journal Bestseller. His true story exposé, The Cyanide Canary, was a Washington Post 2004 Best Book of the Year. Dugoni is published in more than 25 languages and has sold more than six million copies.

Bibliography[edit]

Standalone novels[edit]

  • The Cyanide Canary (Simon & Schuster, Free Press, 2004) ISBN 978-0743246521
  • Damage Control (Grand Central Publishing, 2007) ISBN 978-0446617086
  • The Seventh Canon (Thomas & Mercer, 2016) ISBN 978-1503939424
  • The Extraordinary Life of Sam Hell: A Novel (Amazon Publishing, 2018) ISBN 978-1503949003

Charles Jenkins Espionage Series

David Sloane novels[edit]

Tracy Crosswhite novels[edit]

Short stories[edit]

Tracy Crosswhite Series

  • The Academy (Thomas & Mercer, 2014) ASIN B00LMKD6SU
  • Third Watch (Amazon Digital Services, 2015) ASIN B0141GRCVS

Collections[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Hubbell, Martindale (September 1997). Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory 1998: California (S-Z), Colorado - Volume 3. Martindale-Hubbell. ISBN 9781561602490.
  2. ^ a b https://www.martindale.com/seattle/washington/robert-v-dugoni-230957-a/
  3. ^ http://members.calbar.ca.gov/fal/Licensee/Detail/130816