Alan Orloff has had an eclectic employment career. As an engineer, he worked on nuclear submarines, supervised assembly workers in factories, facilitated technology transfer from the Star Wars program, and learned to stack washing machines three high in a warehouse with a forklift. He even started his own recycling and waste reduction newsletter business. Now he writes fiction.
His debut mystery, DIAMONDS FOR THE DEAD was a 2010 Agatha Award Finalist for Best First Novel. PRAY FOR THE INNOCENT, won the 2019 ITW Thriller Award for Best E-Book Original.
His short fiction has appeared in numerous publications, including JEWISH NOIR, Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine, CHESAPEAKE CRIMES: STORM WARNING, Mystery Weekly, NOIR AT THE SALAD BAR, Black Cat Mystery Magazine, WINDWARD, SNOWBOUND, and LANDFALL (BEST NEW ENGLAND CRIME STORIES 2016, 2017, 2018, respectively). His short "Dying in Dokesville," won a 2019 Derringer Award and "Rule Number One" was selected for the 2018 edition of THE BEST AMERICAN MYSTERY STORIES anthology, edited by Louise Penny.
His latest novel is I KNOW WHERE YOU SLEEP.
Matt Coyle is the Anthony, Shamus, and Lefty Award-winning author of the Rick Cahill crime series.
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