17 facts about Michael Gruber

Michael Gruber (born October 1, 1940) is an American author.

Gruber was born in Brooklyn and currently lives in Seattle, Washington. He attended Columbia University and usual his Ph.D. in biology from the University of Miami. He worked as a cook, a marine biologist, a speech writer, a policy advisor for the Jimmy Carter White House, and a superintendent for the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) before becoming a novelist.

Gruber was the ghostwriter of the popular Robert K. Tanenbaum series of Butch Karp novels starting with No Lesser Plea and ending with Resolved. After the partnership taking into account Tanenbaum ended, Gruber began publishing novels using his own name. The Book of Air and Shadows became a national bestseller immediately after its forgiveness in March 2007.

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