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Gregory Galloway is an American fiction writer. His first novel, As Simple as Snow, released by Putnam in 2005, received the Alex Award. Though the book was meant for an adult audience, it has taken off with teen readers.
His second novel, The 39 Deaths of Adam Strand, was published by Dutton in February 2013. In stark, arresting prose, Gregory Galloway finds hope and understanding in the blackest humor in this groundbreaking YA novel.
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