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Gregg Andrew Hurwitz is an American novelist, script writer and producer. Most of his novels are in the thriller fiction genre.

Gregg Andrew Hurwitz is an American novelist, script writer and producer. His script writing work includes a film adaptation of his book Orphan X, a TV adaptation of Joby Warrick's Black Flags: The Rise of ISIS, and a screenplay for the 2017 film The Book of Henry. He also has written comic books for comic book publishers like DC Comics and Marvel Comics.

Gregg Hurwitz is the critically acclaimed, New York Times and internationally bestselling author of 20 novels, including OUT OF THE DARK (2019). He is also a New York Times Bestselling comic book writer, having penned stories for Marvel (Wolverine, Punisher) and DC (Batman, Penguin). Additionally, he’s written screenplays for or sold spec scripts to many of the major studios, and written, developed, and produced television for various networks.

WE KNOW is the second book from Gregg Hurwitz, which was released in 2008. Gregg Hurwitz is the internationally bestselling author of many thrillers, including I See You, We Know, Or She Dies and the Orphan X series. You're Next was a Richard & Judy selection

WE KNOW is the second book from Gregg Hurwitz, which was released in 2008. You're Next was a Richard & Judy selection. A graduate of Harvard and Oxford Universities, he lives with his family in California, where he writes screenplays and comics, and produces for television.

A shocking stunner in every way. The perfect thriller. When darkness closes in-he's your last, best hope. Evan Smoak returns in Gregg Hurwitz's international bestselling Orphan X series. Taken from a group home at age twelve, Evan Smoak was raised and trained as part of the Orphan Program, an off-the-books operation designed to create deniable intelligence assets-i.

Gregg Hurwitz is the New York Times bestselling author of 20 thrillers, including OUT OF THE DARK. 17 October at 12:44 ·. When your six-year-old grand-goddaughter visits and plays with your Legos, you get a mash-up that is inadvertently the most accurate map of your soul. 16 October at 17:34 ·. Cairo when I read him Chapter 44 of INTO THE FIRE.

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Gregg Hurwitz is a critically acclaimed American crime novelist and comic book writer. He is a New York Times best selling author whose books have been shortlisted twice for the novel of the year by the International Thriller Writers, honored as Book Sense Picks and nominated for the Galaxy National Book award. Let us know - we're continually adding new authors and characters daily.

Laura Hillman runs a bar near a prison, and she is also quite lonely. When Brian Dyer arrives to have a drink, she's enamored with his charm and sense of honor.

com's Gregg Hurwitz Author Page. Readers wrote to me requesting questions for their book club, which are reading Tell No Lies. So here’s a list I wrote up. Happy reading!

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We Know epub download

ISBN13: 978-0751539806

ISBN: 0751539805

Author: Gregg Hurwitz

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: Genre Fiction

Language: English

Publisher: Sphere (2008)

Pages: 416 pages

ePUB size: 1676 kb

FB2 size: 1637 kb

Rating: 4.6

Votes: 827

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The most interesting plots I have read lately. So well written.
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Kesalard
The most interesting plots I have read lately. So well written.
Not often found me holding my breath while reading a book.
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Kale
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Bolv
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Bolv
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Celore
I ABSOLUTELY LOVED THIS!!! Gregg Hurwitz is now one of my favourite authors! I loved the twists, turns, plot and characters. Highly recommended!
Celore
I ABSOLUTELY LOVED THIS!!! Gregg Hurwitz is now one of my favourite authors! I loved the twists, turns, plot and characters. Highly recommended!
Xurad
This book is about a young man Nick Horrigan starting with the events that have directed his life to move in differing directions. From the memorable relationship with his stepfather when he was a teenager to the night a S.W.A.T. team break down his door and hustle him into a helicopter to go intervene in a possible nuclear disaster.
After that the pace cracks on fast and furious and there is a complicated plot that moves back and forward in time and implicates two presidential candidates in a scandal and cover up from seventeen years previously.
Nick really has a problem trusting anyone and has to live on his wits to get to the truth. The plot has a lot of tension and twists and turns but it really does stretch the imagination at times. For example; it does not seem realistic that Nick, as a teenager is banished from his home and home town by men in dark suits, and told not to speak to anyone about what has happened, and he does just that.
However, despite my criticisms, the writing is good and the characters are interesting but not all likeable, a bit like real life actually. My favourite is Homer, a homeless drunk who is a useful friend of Nick's.
There are a couple of annoying spelling errors, some might be put down to American/English differences e.g. pyjamas/ pajamas, but to confuse `couching' with `coaching' (page 301 paperback) is pretty bad. Proofing, though not always the responsibility of the writer, should at least be accurately done. There are also some strange similes that for me do not paint a picture in context, such as, Framed pictures rising like feathers from the lid (of a piano) is just too obscure.
In the end the book has a satisfactory conclusion with all the ends tied and reconciliations between Nick, his Mother and her new family. I enjoyed the story, the pace and the political content and would have no problem recommending this as a good holiday or weekend read.
Xurad
This book is about a young man Nick Horrigan starting with the events that have directed his life to move in differing directions. From the memorable relationship with his stepfather when he was a teenager to the night a S.W.A.T. team break down his door and hustle him into a helicopter to go intervene in a possible nuclear disaster.
After that the pace cracks on fast and furious and there is a complicated plot that moves back and forward in time and implicates two presidential candidates in a scandal and cover up from seventeen years previously.
Nick really has a problem trusting anyone and has to live on his wits to get to the truth. The plot has a lot of tension and twists and turns but it really does stretch the imagination at times. For example; it does not seem realistic that Nick, as a teenager is banished from his home and home town by men in dark suits, and told not to speak to anyone about what has happened, and he does just that.
However, despite my criticisms, the writing is good and the characters are interesting but not all likeable, a bit like real life actually. My favourite is Homer, a homeless drunk who is a useful friend of Nick's.
There are a couple of annoying spelling errors, some might be put down to American/English differences e.g. pyjamas/ pajamas, but to confuse `couching' with `coaching' (page 301 paperback) is pretty bad. Proofing, though not always the responsibility of the writer, should at least be accurately done. There are also some strange similes that for me do not paint a picture in context, such as, Framed pictures rising like feathers from the lid (of a piano) is just too obscure.
In the end the book has a satisfactory conclusion with all the ends tied and reconciliations between Nick, his Mother and her new family. I enjoyed the story, the pace and the political content and would have no problem recommending this as a good holiday or weekend read.
Nick Horrigan was 18 when something happened that changed the course of his life forever. He was forced onto the run, and it is only now, many years later, that he is starting to find some peace of mind. Then abruptly one night a SWAT team descends on his apartment and it's clear that he is unable to escape the events that have shaped his life. As everyone from the President of the US down seems to have a vested interest in him, it becomes increasingly difficult for him to know who he can trust.

The book kicks off with a hiss and a roar and the early chapters keep the tension high. However as the plot develops, it all starts to get so far-fetched that I struggled to suspend my belief. There are also some glaring plotholes which severely detracted from the story. For example, the way that Nick was forced onto the run makes little sense, and the fact that he has never told anyone about what happened but suddenly starts confiding in people now when the stakes are higher than they have ever been.

I like the way Hurwitz writes and this is a decent enough holiday thriller, but it pales in comparison to similar writers such as Harlan Coben or Linwood Barclay.
Nick Horrigan was 18 when something happened that changed the course of his life forever. He was forced onto the run, and it is only now, many years later, that he is starting to find some peace of mind. Then abruptly one night a SWAT team descends on his apartment and it's clear that he is unable to escape the events that have shaped his life. As everyone from the President of the US down seems to have a vested interest in him, it becomes increasingly difficult for him to know who he can trust.

The book kicks off with a hiss and a roar and the early chapters keep the tension high. However as the plot develops, it all starts to get so far-fetched that I struggled to suspend my belief. There are also some glaring plotholes which severely detracted from the story. For example, the way that Nick was forced onto the run makes little sense, and the fact that he has never told anyone about what happened but suddenly starts confiding in people now when the stakes are higher than they have ever been.

I like the way Hurwitz writes and this is a decent enough holiday thriller, but it pales in comparison to similar writers such as Harlan Coben or Linwood Barclay.