Graham
Moore

American novelist

Graham Moore is the New York Times bestselling author of The Last Days of Night  and The Sherlockian, and the Academy Award-winning screenwriter of The Imitation Game, which also won a Writers Guild of America Award for best adapted screenplay and was nominated for a BAFTA and a Golden Globe.

Graham’s first novel, The Sherlockian, was called “sublime”, “clever” and delightful by The New York Times, as well as “savvy” and “entertaining” by the Los Angeles Times. His second novel, The Last Days of Night  was described as "mesmerizing" and "absolutely crackling" by Gillian Flynn. Graham’s work has been translated into over twenty languages. He 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

Patrick Anderson
The Washington Post on The Last Days of Night