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"Chris Lynch." In Authors & Artists for Young Adults, vol. 19. Detroit: Gale, 1996. An overview of Lynch's life and professional career which cites his goals as a writer.

"Chris Lynch." In The Seventh Junior Book of Authors and Illustrators. New York: Wilson, 1996. A brief autobiographical sketch in which Lynch describes how he came to be a writer.

364 Shadow Boxer Comerford, Lynda Brill. "Flying Starts: First Time Authors and Illustrators Share the Stories Behind Their Notable Fall Debuts."

Publishers Weekly (December 20, 1993): 29. This biographical profile relates information about Lynch at the very beginning of his career.

Fleming, Chad. "Chris Lynch." English Journal (March 1997): 78-80. Both biographical and critical information is related in a profile that calls the author "one of the hot new prospects in young adult literature."

Hearn, Patrick Harris. Review of Shadow Boxer, Iceman, and Gypsy Davey. The Washington Post Book World (January 1, 1995): 11. This overview of...

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