Eric Jerome Dickey is a New York Times best-selling American author best known for his novels about contemporary African-American life. He is also known for writing several crime novels involving grifters, ex cons, and assassins, the latter novels having more diverse settings, moving from Los Angeles to the United Kingdom to the West Indies, each having an international cast of characters.
|Born:||Jul 7, 1961|
|Alma mater:||Memphis State University|
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About Eric Dickey
A New York Times bestselling author, he is particularly known for his novels about contemporary African-American life. His best-known works include An Accidental Affair (2012), Sister, Sister (1996), Liars Game (2000), and Thieves' Paradise (2002).
He worked for FedEx and as a department store bill collector during his college years at Memphis State University. After moving to Los Angeles, he dabbled in acting and stand-up comedy.
In addition to his acclaimed novels, he wrote a six-issue miniseries of X-Men comic books focusing on the characters of Storm and the Black Panther.
He was born in Memphis, Tennessee.
Bebe Campbell was another notable African-American writer.
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