" a story about a fireman who survives 9/11 but has amnesia relating to the events.
The stories are easy to read, they are like reading a magazine article (Grann writes for the New Yorker among other publications), and very well written.
, which he worked on with Terence Winter, remains one of the best series that HBO has yet to put out, boasting career-best work from the likes of Steve Buscemi and Michael Pitt.
That’s not an easy act to follow but even putting that into account, his second HBO series, , however.
In The Devil and Sherlock Holmes, Grann takes the reader around the world, revealing a gallery of rogues and heroes with their own particular fixations who show that truth is indeed stranger than fiction.
David Grann is a staff writer at The New Yorker and the bestselling author of The Lost City of Z, which has been translated into more than twenty languages.
The Devil and Sherlock Holmes: Tales of Murder, Madness and Obsession contains more than tales about Sherlock Holmes.
Divided into 3 parts the book is a collection of short stories.
Throughout, Grann's hypnotic accounts display the power--and often the willful perversity--of the human spirit.
Commander Grann was a male Human and the ranking officer of the Sith Embassy on Manaan during the Jedi Civil War.
He was killed by Revan in 3956 BBY during the Raid on the Sith Embassy.
From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Killers of the Flower Moon comes this “gripping” (The Miami Herald) and “hilarious” (EW) collection of real-life mysteries about people whose obsessions propel them into unfathomable and often deadly circumstances.
Whether David Grann is investigating a mysterious murder, tracking a chameleon-like con artist, or hunting an elusive giant squid, he has proven to be one of the most gifted reporters and storytellers of his generation.