David Grann is a bestselling author and New Yorker writer whose most recent book, Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI, is the February selection of the PBS NewsHour-New York Times Book club. A new, national community, the Book club chooses one book a month that “helps us make sense of the world we’re living in — fiction, history, memoir and more.”
A finalist for the National Book Award, Killers of the Flower Moon was ranked #1 on both Amazon and Shelf Awareness’ Best Books of the Year – in any category.
David Grann has become known for his ability to weave together sweeping stories of exploration, scientific discovery, and mystery – that are all completely true. Available for speaking engagements, Grann brings to the stage the stories – and secrets behind the stories – that have gained him national attention and legions of devoted readers.
His first book, The Lost City of Z: A Tale of Deadly Obsession in the Amazon was a #1 New York Times bestseller and adapted into the 2017 film, The Lost City of Z.
Many of Grann's New Yorker articles have also been adapted for the screen, including “True Crimes,” The Old Man & The Gun, and “The Yankee Comandante.” Killers of the Flower Moon is currently in production with Martin Scorcese, Oscar Wroth, and Leonardo DiCaprio.