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James L. Conway

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James has enjoyed a long and distinguished career in Hollywood as a writer, producer, director and studio executive. He's worked on such iconic television shows as Charmed, Supernatural, Smallville, Star Trek and 90210. James lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two daughters.

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Dead and Not So Buried

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In Cold Blonde

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