"Those who have more good things than they need are said to have an embarrassment of riches. John MacLachlan Gray could be said to possess an embarrassment of talents. He is an award-winning musician, actor, playwright, journalist, screenwriter, satirist and, most recently, bestselling novelist. Gray’s stage credits include the musicals Rock and Roll (also produced for television as The King of Friday Night) and 18 Wheels. And, of course, there is Billy Bishop Goes to War, the 1976 vehicle that took its creator all over the world and spent four years as the most produced play in America. John once said “I will be one surprised dead man if I am remembered for anything other than that show.” He will, however, be a dead man who told tales. His popular and impeccably researched Victorianera novels include The Fiend in Human, White Stone Day and Not Quite Dead (Saint Martin’s Minotaur, 2007), his latest, in which Edgar Allan Poe and Charles Dickens come together in the unlikeliest of circumstances." (christiguc)
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