Outcast

Tyler Riley
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Born January 1, 1976 (age 42)
Richmond, Virginia
Occupation Writer
Language English
Nationality American
Alma mater New York University

Tyler John Riley (born January 1, 1972) was an American writer.

Born in Richmond Virginia, Riley lived in several small towns including Schraft and Fredericksburg  before moving to New York City in 1995. He attended New York University where he studied English literature. He lived in Los Angeles and San Francisco before moving to Toronto Canada in 2014. Riley is best known for his satirical horror novel Zombi, which became a cult classic after its publication in 2012 . Riley disappeared from his apartment  in Rosedale in Toronto[1]  in May of 2014. The author’s effects, including his wallet, were found by his maid and there was sign of forced entry and a struggle. Riley has never been found, and is presumed dead. Riley was a known associate of FBI wanted domestic terrorist Randy Fischer and was, before his disappearance, wanted for questioning by the FBI.

Bibliography

  • Zombi (2012)

References

[1] HaveYouSeenMySon.com

External Links

  • FBI: Database of Missing Persons