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Gregg Hurwitz is the internationally bestselling author of I See You, We Know, and Or She Dies. A graduate of Harvard and Oxford Universities, he lives with his family in California, where he writes screenplays and comics, and produces for the blockbuster television hit V. Also by Gregg Hurwitz.

AKA Gregg Andrew HurwitzGregg Hurwitz is the critically acclaimed, New York Times and internationally bestselling author of 20 novels, including OUT O. .See if your friends have read any of Gregg Hurwitz's books. Gregg Hurwitz’s Followers (3,301).

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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. 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 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. 15 October at 15:21 ·.

Gregg Hurwitz is the internationally bestselling author of many thrillers, including I See You, We Know, Or She .

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. A graduate of Harvard and Oxford Universities, he lives with his family in California, where he writes screenplays and comics, and produces for television.

Gregg Hurwitz is a critically acclaimed American crime novelist and comic book writer. His novel I See You was nominated for the Ian Fleming Steel Dagger for the best thriller of the year by the British Crime Writers’ Association

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. His novel I See You was nominated for the Ian Fleming Steel Dagger for the best thriller of the year by the British Crime Writers’ Association. Gregg Hurwitz grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and aspired to be an author since he was a little boy. Even as a child he would often would write stories and illustrate it with crayons.

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When bestselling thriller writer Andrew Danner wakes up in a hospital bed with no idea how he got there, he is horrified to be told that he is responsible for the murder of his ex-fiancee. In the resulting celebrity trial, Drew is exonerated on the grounds of temporary insanity caused by a recent brain tumour. But he still has no idea if he did kill Genevieve, and is desperate to find out. Haunted by what appear to be his bizarre night-time actions - did he really cut his own foot with a knife? - Drew is shocked when another woman is discovered dead, murdered in the same way as Genevieve. Trying to clear his name and understand what's happening to him, Drew enlists the help of a tame forensic scientist, a sympathetic detective, his staunch friend Chic who has helpful underworld connections, and an over-confident teenager. Can Drew discover what really happened that night and unmask the real killer?

Comments: (7)

Kelenn
Granddaughter had me ordered several (16) used books by this author. She rates each book 5 Stars...totally enjoyed reading this author's work.
Cae
I enjoyed this book as I did the previous book of his I read. I enjoy the wry humour he introduces to his characters and he did keep me guessing until the end as to the finale.
Nalmergas
I bought this book and another by Gregg called The Crime Writer and they are the same book.The book was good but I feel as if I was very misled by not telling that this was a reprint of The Crime Writer
RuTGamer
Firstly, this seems to be the same book as the The Crime Writer - why is it called by two titles?!
Anyway, putting that aside, I loved this. I suppose the old plot where someone wakes up and finds themselves on the hook for a crime they can't remember committing has been done before. Also I do agree with other reviewers, there are parts of this which are a tad unbelievable to say the least. However I am rating it highly as I loved it, could not put it down.

Drew wakes up in hospital with the police by his side. After being operated on for a brain tumour he stands trial for his ex fiance's murder, which he can't remember anything about. Apparently he was found lying over her, covered in her blood and with his prints on the knife. Slam dunk. He gets off on temporary insanity, cue the brain tumour, and the plot continues in his search for the truth. Did he do this or not?

Despite the feeling that the story was done before, Hurwitz kept me riveted. i liked the side characters and the dog. There is a bit of humour which lightens up the gore. A great thriller and a welcome relief from the tired, life weary detectives. Certainly worth a read.
Adrietius
The book was well written, and since it was written out of the so-called view point of a crime writer, it sometimes felt as if he was telling a story about himself, by himself (almost like that saying, a gift to myself, by myself).
The crime writer is accused of two murders. He says he didn't do it. Did he? Did he not. He is tried for the first one and.. (no spoiler, I promise), and tries to find out if he is a killer, or is it his tumor that is the culprit.
It was a nice entertaining read, and highly recommended.
Dalarin
Gregg Hurwitz has written a Harlan Coben style mystery/thriller (at least at the start) which starts off very very well and at a can't put down standard of quality. You have no idea what is really going on but unfortunately a few chapters in we're told what's going on and the book actually gets quite boring from then on, so much so that I even considered not finishing it after a while. Sticking with it didn't change my opinion that I should have put it down either. I can't see myself reading another of Hurwitz's books, at least until I can be assured he can keep the quality up until the final page.

I See You starts of with its narrator Drew Danner waking up in a hospital bed with the LAPD at the foot of his bed looking at him like he's a piece of s. They want to know why he did it and show him a photo of a butchered corpse. Drew asks who she is and they tell him like as if he doesn't know that's it his ex girlfriend. He asks who did that to her? Their response, you did! They tell him he was caught red handed after having just killed her. Drew can't remember any of this, nor can he fathom ever harming her but then again he just had a large brain tumour removed from his head. They say he did it, his lawyers are telling him to plead guilty so they can argue the tumour made him do it and he'll escape jail or the death penalty. Drew's not prepared to plead guilty to a crime he didn't commit though.

The book would have been fine, in fact sensational if this tension was the whole book but this part is over real fast. The rest is Drew trying to solve who did the crime and why they framed him, and still are trying to. This part moves rather slow and is not too believable throughout many of the pages.
Asher
This is a hard book to beat for a fast-paced read. It concerns a crime writer who is suspected of commiting two murders, but has he? It is full of suspense, believable characters and a story line that never gets boring. In places, Gregg has the knack of inserting some incredibly humerous moments into his script.

Who done it? That's the question. You don't have to wait until the end of the book to find out, and there isn't one of those annoying last page twists. The answer has been there all the time. It is a satisfying read and besides being a mite scary, is a very well written book.

Why do reviewers often compare authors to Harlan Coben etc? No, this is Gregg Hurwitz, and he stands as an intelligent author in his own right. It was an excellent, light read and all his later books have also received excellent reviews.
Great!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Author: Gregg Hurwitz
ISBN: 0751547670
Category: No category
Language: English
Publisher: Sphere (January 1, 2011)
Pages: 416 pages