D. J. Munro grew up on the Isle of Wight, off the south coast of England. He headed north, to Scotland, to study English literature and economics and now lives in Edinburgh, with his wife and three children. A varied career in government has taken him across the Middle East and Africa, to China and Japan, Europe and the USA. He has worked on areas including crime and justice, poverty and inequality, and employment and skills, as well as housing, economic policy, and international finance. His novel writing has a traditional style, drawing influence from classic authors of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, including Scottish authors such as Robert Louis Stevenson and Neil Munro. Into his writing he injects modern themes, ensuring relevance to readers and listeners today.
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