Mark T. Sullivan
Mark Sullivan is a New York Times bestselling author of high-quality mysteries and thrillers. Raised outside Boston, he joined the Peace Corps after college, traveling to West Africa where he lived on the caravan route between Tripoli and Timbuktu. He went on to a journalism career, working with Reuters and then as an investigative reporter for the San Diego Tribune.
Sullivan spent the winter of 1989 following extreme skiers in Utah and Wyoming, and used the experience as the foundation of his first novel, The Fall Line (1994), a New York Times Notable Book of the Year. In 1996 his novel The Purification Ceremony won the W.H. Smith Award for best new talent. Sullivan also co-wrote the bestselling novel, Private Games (2012), with James Patterson. His latest novel is Rogue (October 2012). You can find his website at this link.
“A master of the art of storytelling.” - Syracuse Herald-American
“Exciting and credible, and readers won't be disappointed.” - Publishers Weekly
“Sullivan writes with a sense of poetry and place.” - Orlando Sentinel
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