Griffin spent his youth in four different countries, learning three languages, and burning all his bridges. Finally settled in Northern California and retired from a day job as a police officer in a major metropolitan department, he lives the good life with his lovely wife, crazy-smart daughter, and tiny Bengal rescue. 1636: Mission to the Mughals, co-authored with Eric Flint, was his first novel. 1637: The Peacock Throne is now available. He’s also collaborated on a number of projects with Kacey Ezell, writing Second Chance Angel with her. Griffin has also penned Man-Eater and Infiltration, novellas set in The Murphy’s Lawless annex of Charles Gannon’s Caine Riordan Universe. He has a number of short stories coming out in various anthologies for 2022-23.