Glenn Chandler was born in Edinburgh and began writing for television in 1980 with a commission from Scottish Television for a play The Horseman's Word. He has also contributed to such memorable series as Angels and Crown Court, as well as writing two horror novels. He has ventured into true crime with Yorkshire TV's The Life and Crimes of William Palmer and A is for Acid, contributions to Granada's In Suspicious Circumstances, and a book, Burning Poison. He is best known, however, as the creator and writer of the award-winning and highly praised Taggart series for Scottish Television. He now lives in Hertfordshire.
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