Thomas H. Cook

He wrote the award-winning crime novel The Chatham School Affair.

Thomas H. Cook (1947) is an American mystery author. His first book Blood Innocents was published in 1980 while he was still in graduate school. He is perhaps best known for his Edgar Award winning novel published in 1996. His 2006 novel Red Leaves was the winner of the Barry and Martin Beck awards. His is the author of dozens of novels and lives in Cape Cod and New York City with his family.

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