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A native of Mississippi, Thomas Harris began his writing career covering crime in the United States and Mexico, and was a reporter and editor for the Associated Press in New York City. His first novel, Black Sunday, was published in 1975, followed by Red Dragon in 1981, The Silence of the Lambs in 1988, and Hannibal in 1999.
"Red Dragon is an engine designed for one purpose to make the pulse pound, the heart palpitate, the fear glands secrete." "New York Times Book Review" "A gruesome, graphic, gripping thriller...extraordinarily harrowing." "Plain Dealer, "Cleveland "Warning! If you're subject to nightmares, don't read it!" "Colorado Springs Sun" "An unforgettable thriller." "Daily News," New York For Black Sunday "Frighteningly believable." "Chicago Tribune" "Suspenseful, nightmarish." "Los Angeles Times" "Breathtaking. All forces converge with an apocalyptic bang!" "New York Times" "Fast-paced, all too realistic... with a shattering climax." "Kirkus Reviews" "A spellbinder... The race to save the Super Bowl is hair-raising, one that will keep you rooted to your chair." "Hartford Courant"For Red Dragon "Red Dragon is an engine designed for one purpose to make the pulse pound, the heart palpitate, the fear glands secrete." "New York Times Book Review" "A gruesome, graphic, gripping thriller... Extraordinarily harrowing." "The Plain Dealer, "Cleveland "Want to faint with fright? Want to have your hair stand on end? Want to read an unforgettable thriller with equal parts of horror and suspense? Harris was obviously only warming up with his best seller Black Sunday." "Daily News, "New York "Irresistible... A shattering thriller... Readers should buckle themselves in for a long night's read because from the first pages... Harris grabs hold." "Publishers Weekly" "The scariest book of the season." "Washington Post Book World" "Easily the crime novel of the year." "Newsday""