Greg Iles

#1 New York Times Bestselling Author Greg Iles, was born in 1960 in Germany during the height of the Cold War.

His novels have been made into films, translated into more than 25 languages, and published in more than 35 countries.

His first novel to appear on the New York Times bestseller list was a thriller about a Nazi war criminal.

He is a member of the legendary lit-rock group, “The Rock Bottom Remainders” along with band member Stephen King.

He now resides in Natchez, Mississippi with his wife and two children.

Bibliography

-The Penn Cage Novels

-The Quiet Game (1999)

-Turning Angel

-The Devil’s Punchbowl

-Natchez Burning

-The Bone Tree

-Unwritten Laws

-Black Cross

-Spandau Phoenix

-Blood Memory

-Dead Sleep

-24 Hours

-Third Degree

-True Evil

-Mortal Fear

-Sleep No More

-The Footprints of God

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The Bone Tree" was featured on Books & Co. on June 25, 2015.

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