(born 1954), known also by his pen name Keith Peterson, is an American writer of mystery novels, psychological thrillers, and screenplays for "tough-guy" mystery films. Two of Klavan's books have been adapted into motion pictures: True Crime (1999) and Don't Say A Word (2001). He has been nominated for the Edgar Award four times and has won twice. Playwright and novelist Laurence Klavan is his brother. Biography. By M. Wallace. IMDB.com Retrieved July 6, 2009.
25.01.2012 [Ricochet.com] - We've got a full boat this week with author, screenwriter, and video columnist AndrewKlavan and everybody's favorite Republican strategist and observer Mike Murphy. Go ahead -- applaud. This isn't an NBC debate. Of course we cover the race
01.02.2012 [TheBlaze.com] - Finally, for some levity, AndrewKlavan delivered his analysis of each Republican candidate and explained why he will instead endorse Wilson, the soccer ball/imaginary friend of actor Tom Hanks in the movie “Castaway.”