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David R Gillham



David R. Gillhams writing reflects his lifelong love of history.
Early in his career, he was trained as a screen writer at University of Southern California, and then moved irrevocably into fiction.  After relocating to New York City, he spent over a decade in the book business, and now lives with his family in Western Massachusetts.
 

Genres: Historical
 

Novels
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