Neal Griffin is the Los Angeles Times bestselling author of Benefit of the Doubt. The son of a philosophy professor, Griffin grew up in Eau Claire, WI, a town much like Newberg, the setting of his first novels. After a stint in the Marines, Griffin went into law enforcement, and is currently Criminal Investigations Division Commander in a small city in California. He is a graduate of the FBI's invitation-only National Academy training program and is a certified Master Instructor in law enforcement leadership and ethics. Griffin is married to Olga Diaz and has four children.
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