A B O U T A N D R E W
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Andrew E. Kaufman is a broadcast journalist-turned-author, living in Southern California, along with his Labrador Retrievers who think they own the place.
The Lion, the Lamb, the Hunted was on Amazon's Top 100 for more than one hundred days and went on to become a number one international bestseller. His first novel, While the Savage Sleeps, made the Top 100 as well and was number one in its genre, passing up two of Stephen King's current releases at the time. His success resulted in an international, dual publishing deal with Thomas & Mercer and 47North.
His latest release, Twisted, became the number one psychological thriller and second overall bestselling novel in the US. It was also an international bestseller.
Andrew is also a contributor to the Chicken Soup for the Soul books, where he’s written about his battle against cancer and the subsequent struggle to become a recognized author.
After receiving his journalism and political science degrees at San Diego State University, he began his writing career as an Emmy-nominated writer/producer, working at the CBS affiliate in San Diego, and then in Los Angeles. For more than ten years, he produced special series and covered many nationally known cases, including the O.J. Simpson Trial.
Andrew is represented by Scott Miller, Executive Vice President of Trident Media Group in New York.
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