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Born in 1952, Andrew Gross is an American author and ghost writer. His writing career began with a number of books written collaboratively with James Patterson. The coauthor of five number-one bestselling novels with Patterson, Gross is also author of New York Times and international bestsellers.
Andrew Gross was born in New York City in 1952. Andrew received a degree in English from Middlebury College in 1974. He later received a Masters in Business Policy from Columbia University and attended the Writers Program at the University of Iowa.
In 2006, Gross pursued his own writing career leaving Patterson. In 2007, The Blue Zonedebuted on the NY Times bestseller list in the USA. A year later, It was followed up by The Dark Tide( 2007), which was nominated for Thriller of the Year by the International Thriller Writers Association. The Dark Tidefeatured the Gross’ fictional detective Ty Hauck of Greenwich, Connecticut, who became the lead character in his corruption and political conspiracy-based bestsellers Don't Look Twiceand Reckless.
In 2011 Gross departed from Ty Hauck, writing Eyes Wide Open, building on two personal stories from his own past.
Andrew lives in Westchester County, New York, with his wife, Lynn, and three children.