Sara Gran

Sara Gran is the author of Saturn’s Return to New YorkCome CloserDope, as well as two previous novels featuring Claire DeWitt. Her work has been published in more than a dozen countries. Born in Brooklyn, Sara lived in New York City until 2004. She now lives in Los Angeles and has a successful career writing for television.


ARTICLES FEATURING SARA

Fiction: New & Noteworthy

Brainwash, Condition, Repeat: Dave Eggers's The Circle          "All Will Be Explained”: Sara Gran’s Claire DeWitt and the Bohemian Highway      A ...


Hard Stuff

2011 is turning out to be a banner year for crime fiction....

Hard Stuff


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