John Ridley (born 1965 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin) is a North American writer.
His works include the feature films Red Tails, U Turn, Three Kings, and Undercover Brother; novels The Drift, Those Who Walk in Darkness, A Conversation with the Mann, Love is a Racket, Everybody Smokes in Hell, and Stray Dogs; and the graphic novel The American Way.
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