LINKS FROM MY BIO Bryan Gruley's Northern Michigan: read more... A Conversation with Bryan Gruley: download PDF... Michigan Writers On the Air: read more... Where I play hockey: johnnysicehouse.com My favorite hockey tournament: worldpondhockey.com For a Son, a song for a friend: youtube.com/watch?v=39nA-8tafX8 danielpearl.org/ways_to_help/ books_films_cds.html My favorite hockey team: redwings.nhl.com Bloomberg Businessweek: businessweek.com Wall Street Journal: wsj.com NONFICTION WORK View a selection of Bryan’s nonfiction writing: read more... About Bryan Bryan Gruley is the award-winning, critically acclaimed author of the forthcoming Purgatory Bay, which Michael Connelly says is “impossible to put down.” Purgatory Bay is set in the same fictional Michigan town as Gruley’s previous novel, Bleak Harbor,which Gillian Flynn called “an electric bolt of suspense.” Purgatory Bay will release January 14, 2020, and is available now for pre-order. Gruley also wrote the Starvation Lake trilogy: Starvation Lake, The Hanging Tree, and The Skeleton Box. Gruley’s debut, Starvation Lake, was an Edgar Finalist and won Anthony, Barry, and Strand awards. The Hanging Tree was a #1 Indie Next pick, a Michigan Notable Book, and a Kirkus Best Mystery of 2010. Reviewers have compared him favorably to novelists Dennis Lehane and Richard Russo. When he’s not making things up, Gruley writes long-form features on a wide variety of topics as a staff writer for Bloomberg Businessweek magazine. A lifelong journalist, Gruley shared in The Wall Street Journal’s Pulitzer Prize for coverage of the September 11 terrorist attacks and has won numerous other awards for his writing and reporting. He lives in Chicago with his wife, Pam, and enjoys playing ice hockey and guitar. Get on the list for book updates, news, and upcoming events → E-Mail Address Social Media Upcoming Events Cliff Dwellers Mystery Author Panel October 29 @ 4:30 pm - 8:30 pm View All Events Contact Bryan Fill out the form on this page to contact Bryan directly. Bryan is represented by Meg Ruley of the Jane Rotrosen Agency. For publicity inquiries, contact Dana Kaye at Kaye Publicity or Dennelle Catlett of Thomas and Mercer.