John Lawrence Reynolds is an author of fiction and non-fiction books. A native of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada he was educated at Westdale Secondary School and McMaster University, where he graduated with degrees in English and Psychology.
After an extensive career in advertising, supplemented by sideline activities as a musician, photographer, film & video director and on-air radio host, his first book - a mystery titled The Man Who Murdered God - was published to critical acclaim in 1989. This was followed by a series of other mystery novels and a lengthy period of writing non-fiction books, including several ghost-writing projects.
He has won three Arthur Ellis awards for Mystery Fiction, a National Business Book award (Three other titles were short-listed), a National Magazine award, and been recognized by an Author's Award from the Foundation for the Advancement of Canadian Letters.
John lives in Burlington, Ontario with his wife Judy.
"One of Canada's best Mystery writers." - The Globe & Mail
"Canada's best and busiest ghostwriter." - The National Post
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