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Paula Hawkins (II)


Paula Hawkins is a writer and producer, known for The Girl on the Train (2016), Into the Water and CBS This Morning (1992). See full bio »

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(2016)
CBS This Morning Herself - Author, The Girl on the Train
(2015)
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 2016 The Girl on the Train (based on the novel by)
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 2015-2017 Good Morning America (TV Series)
Herself - Author, Into the Water / Herself - Guest
- Episode dated 8 May 2017 (2017) ... Herself - Author, Into the Water
- Episode dated 6 August 2015 (2015) ... Herself - Guest
 2017 The Women Behind 'The Girl' (Video documentary short)
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 2016 Imagine (TV Series documentary)
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 2016 Today (TV Series)
Herself - Guest
- Episode dated 4 October 2016 (2016) ... Herself - Guest
 2015 Loose Women (TV Series)
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- Episode #19.130 (2015) ... Herself
 2015 CBS This Morning (TV Series)
Herself - Author, The Girl on the Train
- Episode #4.34 (2015) ... Herself - Author, The Girl on the Train
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Book: "The Reunion". London: Arrow. ISBN 0099574497 See more »
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Worked for 15 years as a financial journalist in London (UK) until the recession of 2008 struck and forced her to diversify. Under the pseudonym Amy Silver (see "Other Works") she turned out four romance novels that didn't pay the bills until her breakthrough novel "The Girl On the Train" became the fastest-selling adult novel in history to its release.

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