Kirsten Miller

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This is an article about the American writer. For the South African writer of the same name go to Kirsten Miller (South African writer)

Kirsten Miller (born 1973) is an American novelist and the creator of the Kiki Strike book series. Her first book in the series, Kiki Strike: Inside the Shadow City, came out in 2006. Her second book in the series, The Empress's Tomb, came out in October 2007. The series chronicles the adventures of Kiki Strike, Ananka Fishbein and their friends in New York City.[1] In 2001, the front lawn of a Manhattan nursing home collapsed to reveal an underground room, giving Kirsten the idea for the first book, set in the underground tunnels and rooms beneath the city. She created Kiki Strike and the Irregulars (named after Sherlock Holmes' Baker Street Irregulars) to explore these secret passageways.[2]

Her other series, The Eternal Ones, was released August 10, 2010,& the latest book for this series is called "All You Desire" The sequel about Haven & Iain. [3] and debuted at #10 on The New York Times Best Seller list.[4] The second book in the series, 'All You Desire' is slated to be released August 9, 2011. ( She was co-author of the first young adult novel by Jason Segel, Nightmares, which was released In the fall of 2014 and is the first of a three-book children's series.[5][6] Kirsten Miller lives and works in New York City.[7]


  1. ^ Elizabeth Bird. "Behind the Kiki: An Interview with Kirsten Miller". 
  2. ^ Teen Reads. "Author Profile". 
  3. ^ "The Eternal Ones is Out TOMORROW! « The Eternal Ones". Retrieved 22 August 2010. 
  4. ^ "New York Times Children's Chapter Books Best Seller List". New York Times. August 20, 2010. Retrieved September 1, 2010. 
  5. ^ Jason Segel Sells Three-Book Children's Series, 23 April 2013
  6. ^ Children's Audiobooks - Jason Segel Reads ‘Nightmares!’, The New York Times, 21 November 2014
  7. ^ Bloomsbury USA. "Kirsten Miller". 

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