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Dan Fesperman

Dan Fesperman is a reporter for The Baltimore Sun and a published author of several thrillers. The plots were inspired by the author's own international assignments in countries such as Yugoslavia, Afghanistan, and Germany.

List of works

  • Layover in Dubai
  • The Arms Maker of Berlin
  • The Amateur Spy
  • The Prisoner of Guantanamo
  • The Warlord's Son
  • A Small Boat of Great Sorrows
  • Lie in the Dark


  • 1999 The John Creasey Memorial (New Blood) Dagger Award[1]
  • 2003 The Ian Fleming Steel Dagger for best thriller[2]
  • 2006 The Hammett Prize[3]


External links

  • Official Website

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