Andrew Klavan

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Andrew Klavan is a conservative, Christian, award-winning American crime novelist.[1] "He has published numerous insightful opinion pieces in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and the Washington Post, as well as the Los Angeles Times."

His novels True Crime and Don't Say A Word were made into films starring Clint Eastwood and Michael Douglas.

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  1. [http://article.nationalreview.com/?q=ODA2MWZiNjZkNjBjZWU1MDYyY2VjM2RjYzExYWUwMTM= National Review Online, He's So Klavan: The Right side of Hollywood, Mark Hemingway, July 31, 2008]

List of Books

  • Face of the Earth (1980)
  • Agnes Mallory (1985)
  • Mrs. White (1987)
  • There Fell A Shadow (1988)
  • The Rain (1988)
  • Darling Clementine (1988)
  • The Trap Door (1988)
  • Son of Man (1988)
  • The Scarred Man (1989)
  • Rough Justice (1989)
  • Don't Say A Word (1991)
  • The Animal Hour (1992)
  • Corruption (1993)
  • True Crime (1995)
  • Suicide (1995)
  • The Uncanny (1998)
  • Hunting Down Amanda (1999)
  • Man and Wife (2001)
  • Dynamite Road (2003)
  • Shotgun Alley (2004)
  • Damnation Street (2006)
  • Empire of Lies (2008)
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