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YEAR 3 > EPISODE 57
Neil McMahon grew up in Chicago, attended Stanford University, and has lived in Montana since 1971. Along with writing, McMahon spent many years working as a carpenter. He has published ten thrillers including Adversary, Blood Double, Lone Creek and L.A. Mental. His story "Heart" appeared in The Best of Montana's Short Fiction, and he recently co-authored, with James Patterson, the #1 New York Times bestseller, Toys.
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