Paula Hawkins

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Hawkins at Gothenburg Book Fair in 2015

Paula Hawkins (born 26 August 1972 in Salisbury, Rhodesia) is an author from United Kingdom. She is known for her best selling novels The Girl on the Train and Into the Water.[1]

Biography[change | change source]

Hawkins was born in Salisbury (now Harare, Zimbabwe) in 1972. Hawkins attended Arundel School in Harare and Collingham College in London.[2] She has also worked with The Times as a journalist. Her 2015 novel, The Girl on the Train was adapted into film by same name featuring Emily Blunt in 2016.[3] Hawkins has also written four romantic fictions under the name Amy Silver.[4]

Bibliography[change | change source]

  • Guerrilla Learning: How to Give Your Kids a Real Education With or Without School (2001) (Amy Silver) (with co-author Grace Llewellyn) ISBN 9780471349600[5]
  • Confessions of a Reluctant Recessionista (2009) (Amy Silver) ISBN 9780099543558[6]
  • All I Want for Christmas (2010) (Amy Silver) ISBN 9780099553229[7]
  • One Minute to Midnight (2011) (Amy Silver) ISBN 9780099564638[8]
  • The Reunion (2013) (Amy Silver) ISBN 9780099574491[9]
  • The Girl on the Train (2015) (Paula Hawkins) ISBN 9781594634024[10]
  • Into the Water (2017) (Paula Hawkins) ISBN 9780735211209[11]

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