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Greg Iles

Autor(a) de Turning Angel

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About the Author

Bestselling novelist Greg Iles was born in 1960 in Stuttgart, Germany, where his father was in charge of the medical clinic at the U.S. Embassy. He grew up in Natchez, Mississippi and graduated from the University of Mississippi in 1983. Iles founded the band Frankly Scarlet and played music for a mostrar mais living for a few years before deciding to write. He belongs to the author rock band known as The Rock Bottom Remainders. Iles's second novel, Black Cross, was awarded the Mississippi Author's Award for Fiction in 1995. His trilogy about Natchez, Mississippi (entitled the Penn Cage Series), made the New York Times bestseller list in 2014 with the first book, Natchez Burning. He made the list again in 2015 with his title The Bone Tree. (Bowker Author Biography) mostrar menos


Obras de Greg Iles

Turning Angel (2005) — Autor — 2,095 cópias
The Quiet Game (1999) 2,077 cópias
True Evil (2006) 1,941 cópias
Blood Memory: A Novel (2005) — Autor — 1,850 cópias
The Footprints of God (2003) 1,689 cópias
The Devil's Punchbowl (2009) 1,597 cópias
Natchez Burning (2014) 1,594 cópias
24 Hours (2000) 1,594 cópias
Dead Sleep (2000) 1,566 cópias
Third Degree (2007) — Autor — 1,448 cópias
Mortal Fear (1997) 1,252 cópias
The Bone Tree (2015) 1,158 cópias
Black Cross (1995) 1,140 cópias
Sleep No More (2002) 1,098 cópias
Mississippi Blood (2017) — Autor — 988 cópias
Spandau Phoenix (1993) 961 cópias
Cemetery Road (2019) 788 cópias
The Death Factory (2014) 258 cópias
Southern Man (2022) 13 cópias
Poison Conjugal (2010) 2 cópias
L'albero delle ossa (2016) 1 exemplar(es)
24 Hours / Dead Sleep 1 exemplar(es)
Sem título 1 exemplar(es)
In The Dark 1 exemplar(es)
24 Stunden [Kurzfassung] (2002) 1 exemplar(es)
Blood Memory / Sleep No More — Autor — 1 exemplar(es)
All 1 exemplar(es)
24 Hours (Mississippi#2) 1 exemplar(es)

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Conhecimento Comum

Data de nascimento
País (para mapa)
Local de nascimento
Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Locais de residência
Natchez, Mississippi, VS
University of Mississippi (1983)
Rock Bottom Remainders (band)
Pequena biografia
Greg Iles and his wife live with their two children in Natchez, Mississippi.



valashedd | outras 62 resenhas | Apr 16, 2024 |
I am a fan of Greg Iles and a fan of Penn Cage. This book didn't disappoint. I have read others, completely out of order, and I have to say, every book, I can pick up and don't feel I missed a lot having not read them in order. That said, glad to have read book 1.
Penn Cage is a larger than life character, seeking justice with determination that seems daunting. To me, he is a character you can admire. I love how the author delves into the true heart of what was going on in the 60's and even today.
There is a lot of action in this book. A great read.
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cjyap1 | outras 62 resenhas | Apr 10, 2024 |
Somewhere out there, right now, the NSA, the CIA and a top secret group of quantum physicists are trying to build a computer that can hold a human soul and talk to God. At least, that's the premise of Greg Iles' The Footprints of God. It's not as kooky as it sounds. Pursued by the NSA and the military, with only his psychiatrist to help, a professor must prove his sanity and unravel the mystery of his complicated nightmares, a side-effect of his work, all while trying to stop a supercomputer with a God complex from destroying the planet. Similar in theme to Dan Brown's work, yet better written, this novel tackles issues of religion and modern science with a fast-moving, engaging plot.… (mais)
Jawin | outras 33 resenhas | Apr 1, 2024 |
For my first book by Iles, this was a good choice. The first few chapters were good enough to make me want to keep going. From there, the plot thickens, but never gels....at least not to me. I'm not sure what Iles was trying to accomplish (other than to create a villain in the image of the wicked Hannibal), but it didn't work for me. The ending was too drawn out and gave the heroine almost superhuman skills, intelligence and strength to save herself. Besides, I quickly caught on to who the bad guy was.… (mais)
Jawin | outras 28 resenhas | Mar 9, 2024 |



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