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Andrew Pyper

Biography

Andrew Pyper

Andrew Pyper is the author of eight novels, including THE ONLY CHILD and THE DEMONOLOGIST, which won the International Thriller Writers award for Best Hardcover Novel and was selected for the Globe and Mail’s Best 100 Books of 2013 and Amazon’s 20 Best Books of 2013. Among his previous books, LOST GIRLS won the Arthur Ellis Award and was a New York Times Notable Book of the Year, and THE KILLING CIRCLE was a New York Times Best Crime Novel of the Year. Three of Pyper’s novels, including THE DEMONOLOGIST and THE DAMNED, are in active development for feature film. He lives in Toronto.

Andrew Pyper

Books by Andrew Pyper

by Andrew Pyper - Fiction, Gothic, Horror, Suspense, Thriller

Dr. Lily Dominick has evaluated the mental states of some of the country’s most dangerous psychotics. But the strangely compelling client she interviewed today struck her as somehow different from the others, despite the two impossible claims he made. First, that he is more than 200 years old and personally inspired Mary Shelley, Robert Louis Stevenson and Bram Stoker in creating the three novels of the 19th century that define the monstrous in the modern imagination. Second, that he’s Lily’s father. To discover the truth --- behind her client, her mother’s death and herself --- Dr. Dominick must embark on a journey that will threaten her career, her sanity and ultimately her life.

by Andrew Pyper - Fiction, Supernatural Thriller, Suspense, Thriller

Despite surviving a fire that claimed the life of his twin sister, Ashleigh, Danny Orchard has never been able to enjoy his second chance at life. Ash had been a budding psychopath who privately terrorized her family --- and death hasn’t changed her wicked ways. She has haunted her brother for 20 years, and now, just when he’s met the love of his life, she wants more than ever to punish him for being alive. So she sets her sights on Danny’s new wife and stepson.

by Andrew Pyper - Fiction, Horror, Suspense, Thriller

Professor David Ullman doesn’t believe in demons, though his extensive knowledge of the literature of the demonic --- especially Milton’s PARADISE LOST --- has won him wide acclaim. When he is lured to Venice on a mysterious journey, he loses his 12-year-old daughter to an ancient evil that will force him to come face to face with all he knows about the underworld and the faith required to defeat it.