Richard Grant is a freelance journalist who had written extensively for numerous publications, including The Telegraph, The Guardian, Esquire and Arena.
Ghost Riders, his first book, investigates the historical roots of the American nomadic impulse and seeks out the present-day wanderers who are so much a part of the American mythology. The book received high critical acclaim and won the 2004 Thomas Cook Travel Book Award.
Bandit Roads is an account of Richard's fearless journey into the lawless terrain of the Sierra Madre in Mexico. His latest novel, Crazy River, follows Richard on his fascinating journey up the Nile.
He currently lives in Tuscon, Arizona.
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