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1955 -

An award-winning novelist and short story writer, Sam Millar was born in Belfast in 1955. Sam has written numerous crime novels to great acclaim and foreign translations including Dark Souls, The Redemption Factory and The Darkness of Bones. His autobiography On The Brinks details his years as a republican prisoner in the H Blocks/Blanket and his involvement in the Brinks heist in New York. He won the Brian Moore Short Story Awards in 2000. Other literary awards followed, including the Aisling Award for Art and Culture, Martin Healy Short Story Award and the Cork Literary Review Writer's Competition. Two of his stories, "New York" and the award-winning "Rain" have both been performed and transmitted by BBC radio. He lives in Belfast.


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Brothers in Arms Sam Millar