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Paul McAuley has been thinking about the future for most of his life. He has worked as a researcher and lecturer in biology in various universities before becoming a full-time writer. His novels and short stories have won the Philip K. Dick, Arthur C. Clarke, John W. Campbell and British Fantasy Society Awards.

2001, when the present finally intersects the future, is an exciting year for Paul McAuley. It sees the publication of two novels: ‘The Secret of Life’, a gripping near-future thriller about the implications of biotechnology and the discovery of life on Mars (out now); and ‘Whole Wide World’, a crime novel set in a fully-wired day-after-tomorrow London, due to be published in hardback in September.

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Books (Sort by Title)[16 books listed]
 Confluence VolumeYearRating
 Child of the River119988/10
 Ancient of Days2199910/10
 Shrine of Stars320004/10

 Misc VolumeYearRating
 Red Dustn/a19949/10
 Secret Harmoniesn/a1997n/a
 The Invisible Countryn/a1997n/a
 Eternal Lightn/a1999n/a
 Pasquale's Angeln/a1999n/a
 The Secret of Lifen/a2001n/a
 Whole Wide Worldn/a2001n/a
 White Devilsn/a2004n/a
 Mind's Eyen/a2005n/a
 Cowboy Angelsn/a2007n/a
 Gardens of the Sunn/a2009n/a
 The Quiet Warn/a2009n/a
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