William Alan Thomas
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William Alan Thomas took a BA in English at the University of Chicago in the 1960's, and his first novel, Daddy's Darling Daughter, was published in 1974. Life was to sweep him far from the world of books, as he fell in love with the seafood business, acquired an old fishing boat, and then became a Vancouver longshoreman.
Presently a full time writer living in Chilliwack, B.C., he remains involved with Return of the Convict; there'll be a prequel and two sequels. He's just finishing a rewrite of Dangerous Vision, a corporate espionage thriller published in 2005.
Winning Entry: Return of the Convict
Contest Won: North Street Book Prize 2016, Honorable Mention