Ace Atkins

Ace Atkins resides in Oxford, Miss.

Before becoming the New York Times best-selling author of 19 novels, Atkins worked as a newspaper reporter.

He also wrote for several national magazines and was an SEC football player.

Atkins has been nominated for numerous awards in crime fiction.

He took over Robert B. Parker’s Spenser series at the request of Parker’s family and publisher after the author died in 2010.

Bibliography:



The Ranger

The Lost Ones

The Broken Places

The Forsaken

The Redeemers

The Innocents

Crossroad Blues

Leavin’ Trunk Blues

Dark End of the Street

Dirty South

Last Fair Deal Gone Down (short story)

Nick Travers Volume 1: Last Fair Deal Gone Down (graphic novel)

White Shadow

Wicked City

Devil’s Garden

Infamous

Robert B. Parker’s Lullaby

Robert B. Parker’s Wonderland

Robert B. Parker’s Cheap Shot

Robert B. Parker’s Kickback

Robert B. Parker’s Slow Burn

Links:

http://www.aceatkins.com/

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