Orphan X Series by Gregg Hurwitz
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Gregg Hurwitz is a renowned American Author of comic books and crime novels. He is a New York Times bestselling author of fifteen thrillers. He has also appeared in the New York Times bestselling list for writing comic books. The books that he has written have received various nominations for different awards. He is an international author because his books have been translated in over twenty eight languages. Gregg wrote his first Novel in when he was a completing a BA from Harvard.
Chronological Order of Evan Smoak Books. Gregg Hurwitz is a critically acclaimed American crime novelist and comic book writer. While most of his works are standalone novels he has written a four novel series based on deputy United States Marshal Tim Rackley.
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He uses his skills and resources on a personal mission to help those with nowhere else to turn. Evan Smoak is a man with a dangerous past. Chosen as a child, he was raised and trained as an Orphan, an off-the-books black box program designed to create the perfect deniable intelligence asset: An assassin. Evan was Orphan X—until he broke with the program and used everything he learned to disappear. A new thriller superstar is born! Martin's Publishing Group.
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 books have also been picked as feature selections for all four major literary book clubs and have been translated into 26 languages. 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. It was during his time in these two prestigious universities that he wrote his first novel, The Tower. He excelled at sports playing college soccer at Oxford and was the scholar athlete of the year at Harvard.