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Occupation  Writer
Role  Writer
Genres  Thriller
Movies  Three Days of the Condor
Siblings  Jane Grady
Name  James Grady

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Born  April 30, 1949 (age 66) Shelby, Montana, U.S. (1949-04-30)
Pen name  James Dalton, Brit Shelby
Education  University of Montana (1974)
Subjects  Espionage, police procedurals
Spouse  Bonnie Goldstein (m. 1985)
Children  Rachel Grady, Nathan Grady
Books  Six Days of the Condor, Last Days of the Condor, Shadow of the Condor, Condornet, The Nature of the Game
Similar People  Lorenzo Semple - Jr, David Rayfiel, Sydney Pollack, Rachel Grady, Roland Joffe

Notable works  Six Days of the Condor

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James Grady (born April 30, 1949) is an American writer and investigative journalist known for authoring thriller novels on espionage, intrigue, and police procedurals.

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In 1971 Grady worked as a staff aide for the Montana Constitutional Convention, which adopted a renewed state Constitution in 1972.

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Life

He graduated from the University of Montana School of Journalism in 1974. During college he worked for U.S. Senator Lee Metcalf of Montana. From 1974-1978, during the post-Watergate era, he worked with pioneering muckraking investigative journalist Jack Anderson. He has contributed to Slate, The Washington Post, Washingtonian, American Film, The New Republic, Sport, Parade, and the Journal of Asian Martial Arts. Grady is best known as the author of the espionage thriller novel Six Days of the Condor, which was famously adapted to film as Three Days of the Condor starring Robert Redford and directed by Sydney Pollack. In addition to about a dozen novels and many short stories, he has written for film and television. Grady is a member of the Writers Guild of America, East.

Grady married Bonnie Goldstein in 1985 and is the stepfather of Rachel Grady, director of the documentary Jesus Camp. He is a bookish cinephile who also enjoys the study of T’ai-chi, swimming, and listening to progressive rock.

Novels

  • Six Days of the Condor (1974)
  • Shadow of the Condor
  • The Great Pebble Affair
  • Catch the Wind
  • Razor Game
  • Just a Shot Away
  • Steeltown
  • Runner in the Street
  • Hard Bargains
  • River of Darkness (reissued as The Nature of the Game)
  • Thunder
  • White Flame
  • City of Shadows
  • Mad Dogs
  • Last Days of the Condor (2015)
  • Next Day of the Condor (2015)
  • Short stories

  • "The Dark Sacred Night"
  • "Broken Heroes"
  • "The Bottom Line"
  • "condor.net"
  • "The Championship Of Nowhere"
  • "Kiss The Sky"
  • "The Devil’s Playground"
  • "OMJAGOD"
  • "The Arranger"
  • "The Train"
  • References

    James Grady (author) Wikipedia


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