Andrew Grant (writer)

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Andrew Grant
Born 1968 (age 45–46)
Birmingham, England, UK
Language English language
Nationality British
Period 2009-Present
Spouse(s) Tasha Alexander (2010)
Relative(s) Lee Child (brother)

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Andrew Grant (born 1968 in Birmingham, England) is a British writer, and the younger brother of bestselling thriller writer Lee Child. In 2010, he married novelist Tasha Alexander.

Biography[edit]

Andrew Grant was born in 1968, Birmingham, England. After graduating from the University of Sheffield, where he studied Drama and English Literature, Grant founded a theatre company that produced original material, culminating with a critically successful appearance at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Following his foray into theatre, cash flow issues made it necessary for him to find other employment, and he spent fifteen years working in telecommunications before leaving the corporate world to become a novelist.

Grant remained in Sheffield after graduating from university, but now divides his time between Sheffield and Chicago. He is the author of three novels, Even, Die Twice and More Harm Than Good, all featuring David Trevellyan, a royal Naval intelligence officer. His debut novel, Even, received stars from both Library Journal and Publishers Weekly.

In 2010, Grant married novelist Tasha Alexander, they live in Chicago.[1]

Bibliography[edit]

David Trevellyan[edit]

  1. Even (2009)
  2. Die Twice (2010)
  3. More Harm Than Good (2012)

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