Gillian Flynn (born 1971) is an American writer. Her first novel, Sharp Objects, was published in 2006. It is being made into a movie. In 2009 she was fired from her job as a writer for Entertainment Weekly. Dark Places, Flynn's second novel, was published May 2009. It is a mystery novel. In June 2012, Gone Girl was published. It is about a serial killer in Missouri. In 2013, it was nominated for the 2014 Impac Dublin International Literary Award.
|Born||Gillian Schieber Flynn|
February 24, 1971
Kansas City, Missouri, U.S.
|Occupation||Author, screenwriter, comic book writer|
|Alma mater||University of Kansas|
Medill School of Journalism
|Genre||Fiction, thriller, mystery|
Brett Nolan (m. 2007)
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