Don Winslow

Don Winslow was born in New York City and raised in the little village of Perryville, Rhode Island. The author of 13 books and several short stories, he has also written for film and television. On his way to becoming a writer, Mr. Winslow did a number of things to make a living: movie theater manager, private investigator, safari guide, actor, theater director, and consultant. He now lives on an old ranch in southern California. His first novel, A Cool Breeze on the Underground, was nominated for an Edgar, and a later book, California Fire and Life, received the Shamus Award.

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“the action never wanes, the story never dulls. An ageless tale of vengeance, violence, corruption and justice--or injustice—The Border is an epic conclusion to an epic series . .

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“a relentless, heart-stopping, page-turning tour de force, filled with unforgettable villains and heroes . . . Don Winslow’s magnum opus, destined to become a classic.”

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Few thriller authors have attained the cult status of the late Trevanian.