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Dustin Thomason

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Dustin Thomason (born 1976) is an American writer and producer who co-authored the New York Times bestselling historical fiction novel The Rule of Four with Ian Caldwell. Novels Thomason began his career as a novelist. He is a co-author of the 2004 novel The Rule of Four, and the author of 12.21. The Rule of Four hit the top of the New York Times Best Seller list, where it remained for six months, sold more than four million copies, and was the best selling debut novel of the decade. 12.21 (concerning the 2012 phenomenon) was also a New York Times and International bestseller. In addition to television, Thomason's production company, Old Curiosity Shop, has published and produced three young adult novels ("Antisocial", "Soul City", "xL"). Television career Thomason co-created and was showrunner of Hulu's Castle Rock, for which he won the 2019 Writers Guild of America award for long form original television. He also co-created ABC drama The Evidence and wrote and exe
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