Anthony Quinn is an Irish author and journalist. He has written short stories for years, winning critical acclaim and, twice, a place on the short list for the Hennessy Literary Awards for New Irish Writing. He also placed as runner-up in a Sunday Times food writing competition. Disappeared is his first novel.
From his Q & A at Declan Burke's Crime Always Pays blog:
What crime novel would you most like to have written?--Marshal Zeringue
Anything by Graham Greene, because his shading of good and evil still resonates strongly today. Has there ever been a better writer of noir?
What fictional character would you most like to have been?
Patrick Kavanagh’s Tarry Flynn - a life spent constructing hayricks and reading poetry in the hedgerows, with a pitchfork to hand for devilment at night.
Who do you read for guilty pleasures?
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