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Who is Rod Duncan?
Rod Duncan is a British author and was born in 1962 in Wales, he grew up in a small coastal town of Aberystwyth. He grew up struggling with dyslexia, which he was identified as at the age of eight. It was the invention of the word processor that enabled him to follow his passion of writing. And in 2003 he released his debut novel Backlash which was shortlisted for the Crime Writers’ Association CWA New Blood Dagger award for the best debut crime novel of 2003. This was the first book of his Riot Trilogy.
He currently lives in Leicestershire working as a writer and a lecturer at the De Montfort University.
1962 in Wales, UK
Science Fiction and Steampunk novels.
The Riot Trilogy #1
Published by Pocket
3.64 out of 5 on GoodReads
Below you can find out more about the book series that Rod Duncan has done and the best reading order for them.
In 2014, Rod Duncan was nominated for the Phillip K. Dick Award for his first novel of the Elizabeth Barnabus Series, The Bullet-Catcher’s Daughter.
There is no more complete and satisfying way for a man to disappear than for him to have never existed.
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