Graham
Moore

American novelist

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Graham Moore is a New York Times bestselling novelist and Academy Award winning screenwriter. His screenplay for The Imitation Game, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightley, won both an Oscar and a WGA Award in 2015, and was nominated for a BAFTA and a Golden Globe. The film received 8 Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture.


Graham's first novel, The Sherlockian, was translated into 15 languages. It was called "sublime", "clever" and "delightful" by The New York Times, "savvy" and "entertaining" by the Los Angeles Times, and lots of other nice things as well. Graham was born in Chicago and now lives in Los Angeles.

Moore deftly joins our world to Holmes'


Kirkus Fall Preview on The Sherlockian

The Sherlockian is a brilliantly executed must-read for all admirers of historical fiction, Sherlock Holmes and intellectual mysteries.

Matthew Pearl
on The Sherlockian

Moore's extensive research is apparent, and readers are likely to walk away from the book feeling as informed as they are entertained. 

Publisher's Weekly
on The Last Days of Night

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Moore’s book demonstrates this point well, and his intellectual curiosity, graceful prose and tireless research have made The Last Days of Night a model of superior historical fiction

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