A native of Maine, bestselling author PAUL DOIRON attended Yale University, where he graduated with a degree in English. The Poacher's Son, the first book in the Mike Bowditch series, won the Barry award, the Strand award for best first novel, and has been nominated for the Edgar, Anthony, and Macavity awards in the same category. He is a Registered Maine Guide specializing in fly fishing and lives on a trout stream in coastal Maine with his wife, Kristen Lindquist.
Praise for Almost Midnight: The characters are well drawn, the Maine landscape is vividly portrayed, and Bowditch pursues his passion to protect the innocent and bring evil doers to justice regardless personal cost. --Associated Press Almost Midnight twists between two crises like a braid being drawn ever tighter...each storyline reveals deeper truths about Bowditch and what ties him to people and things he loves...Doiron's storycraft is razor sharp. --Maine Sunday Telegram Doiron writes with eloquence, authority, and passion about Maine's wilderness and its creatures...an emotionally satisfying, adrenaline-fueled sprint. Fans of C.J. Box will find much to admire. --Publishers Weekly Doiron...[ramps] up the tension slowly until the story reaches can't-put-it-down velocity. --Library Journal Fans of outdoors procedurals, like those by William Kent Krueger or C. J. Box, will be delighted to get to know the consistently strong Mike Bowditch series, now in its tenth installment. --Booklist Few writers can summon a place as well as Paul Doiron depicts rural Maine...he has Raymond Chandler's touch for the tiny detail that makes a place central to a story...a rare treat. --The Globe and Mail Doiron has brilliantly developed his protagonist...The cherry on top is Doiron's ability to continue mixing smart plots with vibrant descriptions that help transport readers into the Maine wilderness, where they'll stand shoulder-to-shoulder with Mike, feeling every ounce of heart-thumping suspense along the way. --Ryan Steck, The Real Book Spy [A]ction-packed and compelling...once again, Doiron paints a picture of a Maine that...will feel authentic to those who've grown up in similar places with similar histories. --Bangor Daily News Praise for Stay Hidden: Doiron captures the stark beauty of his setting. --New York Times Book Review Outstanding...Doiron balances nuanced characterizations and intelligent plotting perfectly. --Publishers Weekly (starred review) The extraordinary sense of place makes this Doiron's strongest novel yet. --Booklist (starred review) Maine author Paul Doiron provides readers yet another sharp twist. --Portland Press Herald