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Adrian J. Smith

Adrian J. Smith is the author of the Extinction NZ trilogy and the Nameless series. As well as writing, for the last fifteen years he has run his own successful painting and decorating business. A self-confessed book and movie geek, Adrian lives in Hamilton, New Zealand, and when he isn’t working his day job or writing, he can be found wandering the mountains, swimming, quizzing, watching movies, and of course reading.
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