Seattle Times: For Kirkland author Robert Dugoni, the Seattle area inspires mysteries
The Seattle area is a rich location for natural beauty, atmospheric weather — and, as it turns out, plot inspiration for crime fiction. Robert Dugoni, the Kirkland-based author of nearly two dozen popular mystery novels, said he once asked a police officer why this area seemed to have more than its share of serial killers. “He said, think about it. Think about how many ways there are to get rid of bodies around here. You have the mountains, the marshes, the rivers, the oceans, the lakes …” Read More.
And just before the end of the year, Australian Film Producer, Leesa Kahn purchased the best-selling and critically acclaimed, The Extraordinary Life of Sam Hell for adaptation into a major motion picture.
Deadline: Roadside Attractions Acquires Robert Dugoni’s Spy Thriller ‘The Eighth Sister’ For Television
Big News from the land down south! Roadside Attractions Acquires Spy Thriller THE EIGHTH SISTER for Television
My Sister’s Grave Set for the Screen
NY Times Best-selling author Robert Dugoni’s mystery-cum-legal thriller, MY SISTER’S GRAVE, has been optioned for television series development by Ray Ricord, SVP at Critical Content. Dugoni’s homicide detetctive, Tracy Crosswhite, works with the Seattle P.D. tracking down killers. She has dedicated her life to learning the truth behind her own sister’s disappearance years ago. The Crosswhite series, published by Thomas & Mercer, has sold more than 2 million copies.
My Sister's Grave
Finalist for the International Thriller Award and Winner of the Nancy Pearl Award for Fiction
The #1 Amazon, New York Times and Wall Street Journal Blockbuster Best Seller & International Best Seller in UK, German, Italy and France. Soon to be released in Spain.
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