Sean Doolittle (author)

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Sean Doolittle (1971 Nebraska-) is an American author of crime and suspense fiction.[1] His first novel, Dirt, was selected as one of Amazon's Best Books of the Year (Top 100 Editors Picks, 2001). His second novel, Burn, won the Gold Medal in the Mystery category of ForeWord Magazine’s Book of the Year Award. His fourth novel, The Cleanup,[2] won the Barry Award, was an Anthony Award finalist, and is in development as a feature film.[3] His fifth novel, Safer,[4][5] was published in February 2009 by Delacorte/Bantam Dell. His most recent novel, Lake Country, was published in July 2012 by Bantam Dell and received the 2013 ITW Thriller Award from the International Thriller Writers. His work has been translated in French, Polish, Dutch, and Portuguese.


  1. ^ "Biography – Doolittle, Sean (1971-): An article from: Contemporary Authors Online," by Gale Reference Team.". 
  2. ^ Stasio, Marilyn (24 December 2006). "Yukon Burning". The New York Times. 
  3. ^ Lynch, Jeremy (23 July 2009). "A Talk with Alex Turner". CrimeSpree Cinema. 
  4. ^ Drabelle, Dennis (23 March 2009). "When the Neighborhood Watch Goes Bad". The Washington Post. 
  5. ^ Emmons, Josh (16 March 2009). "Picks and Pans: Books". People. 

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