Author Tom Piccirilli, who “published over a dozen ambitious and
accomplished crime and horror novels,” died July 11, Locus magazine
reported. He was 50. Piccirilli’s novels included Stoker Award winner
The Night Class (2003) and Edgar finalist The Cold Spot (2008). Locus
noted that he was also an “accomplished author of bleak and quirky
short fiction” and “a prolific poet who produced many volumes, among
them Stoker Award winners A Student of Hell (2000) andForgiving Judas
(2014).”

Everyone at Old Firehouse Books is very sad to hear of his passing and send our best to his closest friends and family in this hard time.

If you are a fan of Tom Piccirilli and would like to share a memory of reading his work or meeting him, please do in the comments. We would love to share these with the family.

Best,

Rebecca

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