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James Lythgoe, a native of Bolton, Lancashire, is a British engineer who has worked and lived in South Africa for many years, and who, on retirement, took up writing as a hobby.
When the Devil Drives is his second novel, which was preceded by a collection of short stories and a few selected poems published in the United States.
He is married with two grown up children and resides in Benoni, a small town near Johannesburg, South Africa.
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