The Last Day

The Last Day by John Ramsey Miller

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John Ramsey Miller

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John Ramsey Miller was born on October 3 in Greenville (Mississippi, USA). His father was a renowned Methodist pastor, and his mother was a Ph.D.

and professor of history. After school, he studied at the Delta State University in Clevelind, at the Faculty of Art. He got a job as a photographer at the ABC branch, and accidentally became involved in the Watergate scandal, trying to protect Martha Mitchell from press attacks. He teamed up with reporter Helen Thomas John to produce the Mitchell report that aired on the TV show. As a result, he was fired from his job. After that, he was engaged in making photographs of musicians and other advertising articles. Most notable was a series of photographs of death row inmates from Angola prison, also known as Alcatraz South. After this provocative photo session, having achieved fame, he took photographs of policemen and Kuklukskans, people of art and prostitutes, politicians and drug addicts. Thanks to an extraordinary approach, since 1984 he became a freelance artist, creating articles on scandalous topics and illustrating them with his own photographs. In the 90s, he first switched to documentary books, and then began writing fiction novels. His first thriller The Last Family was released in 1996 and became a bestseller, and the rights to its adaptation were bought at the time when the book was being prepared for publication. After this success, Miller firmly entered the cohort of the best authors of the detective genre. For example, he was among 14 other famous authors (Lee Child, Joseph Finder, James Grady, Lisa Scottoline and others), responded to Jeffrey Deaver`s project to write a part from the combined thriller Chopin Manuscript.

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John Ramsey Miller was born on October 3 in Greenville (Mississippi, USA). His father was a renowned Methodist pastor, and his mother was a Ph.D. and professor of history. After school, he studied at the Delta State University in Clevelind, at the Faculty of Art. He got a job as a photographer at the ABC branch, and accidentally became involved in the Watergate scandal, trying to protect Martha Mitchell from press attacks. He teamed up with reporter Helen Thomas John to produce the Mitchell report that aired on the TV show. As a result, he was fired from his job. After that, he was engaged in making photographs of musicians and other advertising articles. Most notable was a series of photographs of death row inmates from Angola prison, also known as Alcatraz South. After this provocative photo session, having achieved fame, he took photographs of policemen and Kuklukskans, people of art and prostitutes, politicians and drug addicts. Thanks to an extraordinary approach, since 1984 he became a freelance artist, creating articles on scandalous topics and illustrating them with his own photographs. In the 90s, he first switched to documentary books, and then began writing fiction novels. His first thriller The Last Family was released in 1996 and became a bestseller, and the rights to its adaptation were bought at the time when the book was being prepared for publication. After this success, Miller firmly entered the cohort of the best authors of the detective genre. For example, he was among 14 other famous authors (Lee Child, Joseph Finder, James Grady, Lisa Scottoline and others), responded to Jeffrey Deaver`s project to write a part from the combined thriller Chopin Manuscript.