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William Ryan


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William Ryan is an Irish writer who has lived in London for a number of years. After leaving Ireland after university, he practised briefly as a barrister in London. In his spare time, he wrote on an occasional basis for television and film before deciding to take writing more seriously. He completed a Masters in Creative Writing at St Andrews University in 2005. William is married and lives in West London.
 
Series
Captain Alexei Dimitrevich Korolev
1. The Holy Thief (2010)
2. The Bloody Meadow (2011)
     aka The Darkening Field
3. The Twelfth Department (2013)
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Time to Win (2017)
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(Oslo Detectives, book 3)
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"Kjell Ola Dahl's novels are superb. If you haven't read one yet, you need to-right now."
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Seventeen (2018)
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"Seventeen is a brilliant novel on any level - it's a gripping page turner, while remaining moving and complex. It's a deeply satisfying read and it will be a while before I read anything as good."
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(Chastity Riley, book 2)
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