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Ace Atkins (novelist)

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Who is Ace Atkins?

Ace Atkins is an American journalist and author. Atkins worked as a crime reporter in the newsroom of The Tampa Tribune before he published his first novel, Crossroad Blues, in 1998. He became a full-time novelist at the age of 30.

  • born on (44 years ago) in Troy
  • nationality: United States of America
  • education: Auburn University
  • profession: Journalist, author, novelist
  • written works: "Dirty South", "White shadow", "Crossroad blues", "Wicked City", "Dark end of the street", "Leavin' trunk blues", "Last Fair Deal Gone Down", "Robert B. Parker's Lullaby", "Robert B. Parker's Wonderland", "The Ranger", "The Lost Ones", "Robert B. Parker's Cheap Shot"
  • some of the nominations and awards:
      • nominated to Barry Award for Best Novel - "White shadow"
      • nominated to Macavity Awards for Best Short Story - "Last Fair Deal Gone Down"
      • nominated to Edgar Award for Best Short Story - "Last Fair Deal Gone Down"
      • nominated to Anthony Award for Best Short Story - "Last Fair Deal Gone Down"
      • nominated to Edgar Award for Best Novel - "The Ranger"
      • nominated to Edgar Award for Best Novel - "The Lost Ones"
  • official website: www.aceatkins.com

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