As the author of six novels with Harcourt Books, David Fulmer has won a Shamus Award and a Benjamin Franklin Award and has been nominated for a LA Times Book Prize, a Barry Award, and a Falcon Award. His novels have been selected for numerous “Best of” lists, including New York Magazine’s “Best Novels You’ve Never Read” and Atlanta Magazine’s “Best of the Shelf,” and have received superlative reviews from the The Times Picayune, The New York Times, Publishers Weekly, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Washington Post, Jazzis, The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, BookList, Kirkus Reviews, The Baltimore Sun, Mystery Review, The Detroit News, The Telegraph (UK), The Plain Dealer, Crime Spree Magazine, The Boston Globe, Crimetime UK, The Tennessean, Library Journal, Jazz Review, Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine, The Christian Science Monitor, and numerous other publications and book websites. Most recently, he was nominated for the 2009 Shamus Award for Best Novel for The Blue Door. His seventh novel, The Fall, was released in March by Five Stones Press. Among his production projects, the audio series “Americana – A Mosaic of American Music” has been featured on NPR-affiliate WABE-FM and on WMLB-AM, both in Atlanta. He wrote and produced the documentary "Blind Willie's Blues," which Video Librarian called "nothing less than the economic, social, and historical evolution of America's indigenous music.” Fulmer is a native of the town of Northumberland in central Pennsylvania. He served in U.S. Army Intelligence in Europe and has worked as a welder, carpenter, bartender, and teacher. David Fulmer lives in Atlanta with his daughter Italia. www.davidfulmer.comRead more Read less
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