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Rod Duncan


UK flag (b.1962)

Rod Duncan is the author of four crime novels, including the Riot Trilogy: Backlash (which earned him a nomination for the John Creasey Dagger Award), Breakbeat and Burnout. His romantic comedy screenplay How to Make a Movie for 43 Pounds was made in 2014 and a second, narrated by Warwick Davis, is currently in post-production. The Bullet-Catcher's Daughter, first in the Gas-Lit Empire series, was nominated for the Philip K Dick Award.
He was identified as dyslexic at the age of eight and made his way through the education system by avoiding writing as far as possible, it was the invention of the word processor that enabled him to develop his storytelling and writing skills. He now uses dictation software as a tool in the writing process.
 
Novellas
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Awards
Philip K Dick Award Best Book nominee (2014) : The Bullet-Catcher's Daughter


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