Zygmunt Miloszewski (born May 8, 1976 in Warsaw) is an award-winning Polish writer. Previously he was a journalist and editor for the Polish edition of Newsweek. He is an author of novels, features and short stories.
Zygmunt Miloszewski published his first novel Domofon (The Intercom) in 2005. It is a horror/mystery story about a group of people trapped in a haunted block of flats. Film Studio Zebra and Juliusz Machulski bought the rights for a film adaptation of Domofon.
His second novel was The Adder Mountains (Góry Zmijowe), a fantasy for younger readers.
His third book, Entanglement (Uwiklanie), Miloszewski's biggest success so far, is an award-winning crime novel for which Miloszewski was awarded the High Calibre Prize for the Best Polish Crime Novel of the Year 2007 (Nagroda Wielkiego Kalibru dla najlepszej polskiej powiesci kryminalnej i sensacyjnej roku 2007). Entanglement was published in the UK and US in 2010 by Bitter Lemon Press.
The next instalment of Entanglement's protagonist, prosecutor Teodor Szacki, "A Grain of Truth" ("Ziarno Prawdy"') was published on October 5, 2011 in Poland, and in 2012 in the UK and US by Bitter Lemon Press. The next part was announced to be published in 2013.
All of Miloszewski's books have been translated into a number of languages, including English, French and German.
"A Grain of Truth" ("Ziarno Prawdy") was awarded the High Calibre Prize for the Best Polish Crime Novel of the Year 2011 ([Nagroda Wielkiego Kalibru] dla najlepszej polskiej powiesci kryminalnej i sensacyjnej roku 2011).