Alan Kane Fraser was born in Handsworth, Birmingham, in the era when that district was famous for its riots. He has been variously a priest, a housing officer and a charity CEO, in which capacity he wrote for a number of publications, including The Guardian. He is also the author of an award-winning play, Random Acts of Malice.
He still lives in Birmingham, with his wife and a woefully inadequate number of bookshelves.
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