Pat Mullan was born in Ireland and has lived in England, Canada, USA, Japan, and Korea. His photograph of a Korean boy and his mother, The Threshhold of Change, taken in Seoul, won first prize in the Stars and Stripes Asian photography contest. He is a graduate of Northwestern University and the State University of New York where he studied creative writing. He lives in Connemara, in the west of Ireland. Pat Mullan is a writer and an artist. He is Ireland Chair of International Thriller Writers and he is a member of Mystery Writers of America. James Rollins, New York Times bestselling author of BLACK ORDER, calls Mullans latest novel, LAST DAYS OF THE TIGER, a razor blade down the spine. So fast-paced, expect whiplash. This is Irish noir with a hero whom youll want at your back in any gunfight. Grab a copy and clear your schedule! Visit Pat at: www.patmullan.comA picture is worth a thousand words so I am going to use very few words. Let the pictures speak for themselves. When I write I see everything in pictures; the words then follow. In art I have been captured and inspired by Miro, de Kooning, Pollock, Calder, Picasso, Chagall, Rothko, Stella, Kandinsky, Matisse - abstract expressionism, modernism, and post-modernism.
Pat is represented by Svetlana Pironko of Author Rights Agency: www.authorrightsagency.com
And this is what Ken Bruen says about Pat Mullan's latest, LAST DAYS OF THE TIGER:
"LAST DAYS OF THE TIGER bristles with ingenuity, and a plot to kill for ... this is a thriller of such high caliber that it transcends all genres. It rocks! Ken Bruen, Shamus and Macavity Award winning author of THE GUARDS.