Patrick Millikin

Patrick Millikin is a freelance writer and editor based in Phoenix, Arizona. He is the editor of the anthologies Phoenix Noir (Akashic, 2009) and The Highway Kind: Tales of Fast Cars, Desperate Drivers and Dark Roads (Mullholland, 2016) and is a regular contributor to Publishers Weekly, True West, and other publications. Since 1995, Millikin has been a full-time bookseller at the Poisoned Pen Mystery Bookstore.


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As Noir as It Gets

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