Andrei Mikhailovich Dyshev (1960) - Russian writer, novelist. Born in the Vologda region , in the family of a military man.
He graduated from the Lviv Higher Military-Political School with a degree in war correspondent, editorial department of the Humanitarian Academy of the Armed Forces of Russia .
He served in the Caucasus , Central Asia , studied in Moscow . He served in the 201st division in Afghanistan . He was awarded the Order of the Red Star and other state awards.
After leaving the army as lieutenant colonel , he joined the Union of Writers of Russia and devoted himself entirely to literary work.
Laureate of the Prize of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia in the field of literature, Prize A. S. Griboedov. Winner of the All-Russian literary contest "Thank you, soldier", winner of the competition for the best literary work "Kamrad, Amigo, Shuravi".
He lives with his family in Moscow.
The author of many (over thirty) novels and short stories, most of which are united by a common protagonist - private detective Kirill Vatsura. Based on the author’s works, television series were shot: “Connecting Rod”, “Pathfinder”, “Fire, Water and Diamonds”.