Ken Nolan has been a working screenwriter in Hollywood since his first script sale to Warner Brothers Studios in 1994. He wrote the screenplay for the blockbuster war film "Black Hawk Down," based on the book by Mark Bowden. For the TNT miniseries "The Company," based on the bestselling spy novel by Robert Littell,he received a Writers Guild Award. He continues to work in Hollywood as an in-demand writer of film and television. He grew up shuttling between divorced parents in Portland, Oregon and Buffalo, New York. He now lives in Los Angeles with his wife, daughter, and two dogs. The Spawn is Ken Nolan's first novel.
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