Thomas H. Cook is an American author, whose 1996 novel The Chatham School Affair received an Edgar award from the Mystery Writers of America.
|I like characters who are changed, often for the better, by the dark nature of their experiences. I also can become engaged by a character for whom I wish to see justice done, one way or the other. In general, I require a book to have some sort of moral center.||Nature|
|I went to the Alabama public schools at a time when my English teachers, all but one of whom was a woman, taught nothing but the classics. They revered the great British and American writers.||Time|
|Life to me is defined by uncertainty. Uncertainty is the state in which we live, and there is no way to outfox it.||Life|
|Risk will always be a part of life. It's how we recognize this and deal with it that matters.||Life|