Alan Glynn

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Alan Glynn is an Irish writer born in 1960 in Dublin.

Glynn studied English literature at Trinity College Dublin. He has written four novels: The Dark Fields (ISBN 1582342245), 2001; Winterland, 2009; Bloodland, 2011 and Graveland, 2013. His first novel, The Dark Fields, was made into a film in 2011 by Neil Burger called Limitless which in turn inspired a TV series with the same name that debuted on CBS on September 22, 2015. After the success of the film, the novel was re-published under the name Limitless.

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Bibliography[edit]

  • The Dark Fields (2001)
  • Winterland (2009)
  • Bloodland (2011)
  • Graveland (2013)
  • Paradime (2016) ISBN 978-1-250-06182-9

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