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Matthew Kimberley was born in the UK. He lived there until he left, aged 18, and moved around the world. After stints in Malaysia, Belgium and Italy, he settled in Malta and will be there until something else comes up.
Matthew can't discuss the most interesting thing that ever happened to him, on account of signing the British Official Secrets Act.
However, his blog - How To Get A Grip - upon which his "entertaining debut" work is based, enjoyed massive overnight success before returning to languish in the dark, dank depths of the internet.
A prolific polymath, Matthew is able to type with four fingers and drink with two hands.
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