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Tom Rob Smith (English Tom Rob Smith ) English writer and screenwriter. Scriptwriter for the British TV series London Spy, which aired in November 2015. Born in 1979 in London, where he spent his childhood. Mother is Swedish, father is English. Smith attended St John`s College, Cambridge, after graduating in 2001, became a member of the Harper Wood Studentship (a special program to support young English writers) and continued his studies at Parvin University in Italy. After graduation, Smith worked as a script editor for several lengthy television shows and wrote short stories and scripts himself. In 2008, the British literary market was literally blown up by Tom Rob Smith`s debut book Child 44, a crime thriller about Russia. Several publishers fought for the right to print it, and world-famous directors sought permission to film it. In the year since the publication of the book about how in Stalin`s times an employee of the MGB, risking his life, investigating a series of gruesome murders, Smith managed to be nominated for several prestigious literary awards. His first book was translated into 36 languages ​​and became an international bestseller, and director Ridley Scott directed a Hollywood blockbuster based on its story. In April 2009, the author`s next book, The Secret Speech, was published, which takes place during the Khrushchev thaw, and in July 2011, the third novel in the series about Lev Demidov`s adventures, Agent 6, was published. In February 2014, Tom Rob Smith published his fourth novel, The Farm, a thriller set in Sweden, the birthplace of the writer`s mother. The writer`s site is tomrobsmith.com .  Bibliography Series Leo Demidov - Leo Demidov 2008 - 1.

Child 44 - Kid 44 2009 - 2.

The Secret Speech - Kolyma 2011 - 3.

Agent 6 - Agent # 6 Child 44 / The Secret Speech (omnibus) (2012) Child 44 / The Secret Speech / Agent 6 (omnibus) (2016) Novels - Novels 2014 - The Farm - Farm Non fiction 2016 - London Spy

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Tom Rob Smith (English Tom Rob Smith ) English writer and screenwriter. Scriptwriter for the British TV series London Spy, which aired in November 2015. Born in 1979 in London, where he spent his childhood. Mother is Swedish, father is English. Smith attended St John`s College, Cambridge, after graduating in 2001, became a member of the Harper Wood Studentship (a special program to support young English writers) and continued his studies at Parvin University in Italy. After graduation, Smith worked as a script editor for several lengthy television shows and wrote short stories and scripts himself. In 2008, the British literary market was literally blown up by Tom Rob Smith`s debut book Child 44, a crime thriller about Russia. Several publishers fought for the right to print it, and world-famous directors sought permission to film it. In the year since the publication of the book about how in Stalin`s times an employee of the MGB, risking his life, investigating a series of gruesome murders, Smith managed to be nominated for several prestigious literary awards. His first book was translated into 36 languages ​​and became an international bestseller, and director Ridley Scott directed a Hollywood blockbuster based on its story. In April 2009, the author`s next book, The Secret Speech, was published, which takes place during the Khrushchev thaw, and in July 2011, the third novel in the series about Lev Demidov`s adventures, Agent 6, was published. In February 2014, Tom Rob Smith published his fourth novel, The Farm, a thriller set in Sweden, the birthplace of the writer`s mother. The writer`s site is tomrobsmith.com .  Bibliography Series Leo Demidov - Leo Demidov 2008 - 1. Child 44 - Kid 44 2009 - 2. The Secret Speech - Kolyma 2011 - 3. Agent 6 - Agent # 6 Child 44 / The Secret Speech (omnibus) (2012) Child 44 / The Secret Speech / Agent 6 (omnibus) (2016) Novels - Novels 2014 - The Farm - Farm Non fiction 2016 - London Spy