Roderick Grant

Roderick Grant

Roderick Grant is the author of numerous books - both fiction and non-fiction - and short stories, published both in Britain and the USA. Born at Forres, Morayshire, in 1941 where he attended the local academy, he has, throughout his life, in addition to writing, been employed as a forestry worker, journalist, newspaper editor, television presenter, radio broadcaster, bookshop manager and postman. Over the years he has written many books on a variety of subjects, a number of which have been highly successful on both sides of the Atlantic - among them novels such as A Private Vendetta, The Stalking of Adrian Lawford and The Clutch of Caution and in non-fiction, The 51st Highland Division At War, his childhood memoirs, Clap Hands for the Singing Molecatcher (republished in a new edition by Birlinn - April 2007) and Strathalder: A Highland Estate (republished in a new edition by Birlinn in Ocober 2007). After initial publication in Britain one of his short stories The Execution was chosen by the American magazine Short Story International to be reprinted in an edition of “Tales by the World’s Greatest Contemporary Writers.”
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