Roger Hobbs, author of the acclaimed debut novel Ghostman (2012) and Vanishing Games (2015), died Monday. He was 28. Gary Fisketjon, his editor at Knopf, said: "This is a shocking, tragic loss. Roger accomplished so much as a writer in so little time, and his future was sure to be extraordinary in ways we'll now never know. And as his friend I'm doubly devastated."