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Born in Stuttgart, Germany in 1960, Greg Iles grew up in Natchez, Mississippi and graduated from the University of Mississippi. His first novel, the thriller Spandau Phoenix, became the first of fourteen New York Times bestsellers. His books have been translated into twenty-five languages and are published in thirty-five countries. Iles adapted his book 24 Hours into a film renamed Trapped, starring Kevin Bacon and Charlize Theron, and rewritten by director Don Roos. Before devoting himself to writing, Iles was a singer, guitarist, and songwriter. A traffic accident in 2011 caused him severe injuries, but Iles has continued to write his popular novels in many genres. He also played in the literary-rock group "The Rock Bottom Remainders" with fellow writers such as Stephen King, Scott Turow, Dave Barry, and Amy Tan. In 2013, Iles co-authored the non-fiction memoir, Hard Listening, with the rest of the band. Iles lives in Natchez, Mississippi. 

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