Nigel D Findley was the author of a number of books for roleplaying games. He is known chiefly for his work on the Dungeons & Dragons and Shadowrun roleplaying games.

Shadowrun bibliography[edit | edit source]

Sourcebooks[edit | edit source]

  • The Universal Brotherhood (1990, ISBN 1-55560-024-7)
  • Paranormal Animals of North America (1990, ISBN 1-55560-123-5)
  • The Neo-Anarchist's Guide to North America (1991, ISBN 1-55560-135-9) "Quebec and Quebec City"
  • Native American Nations, Volume One (1991, ISBN 1-55560-130-8)
  • Native American Nations, Volume Two (1991, ISBN 1-55560-158-8)
  • The Neo-Anarchists' Guide to Real Life (1992, ISBN 1-55560-165-0)
  • Shadowrun, Second Edition (1992, ISBN 1-55560-180-4) Additional Material
  • Tir Tairngire (1993, ISBN 1-55560-197-9)
  • Corporate Shadowfiles (1993, ISBN 1-55560-211-8)
  • Lone Star (1994, ISBN 1-55560-230-4)
  • Denver: The City of Shadows (1994, ISBN 1-55560-236-3) with Tom Dowd and Tom Wong
  • Aztlan (1995, ISBN 1-55560-257-6)
  • Underworld Sourcebook (1997, ISBN 1-55560-315-7) Concepts
  • Shadowrun Gamemaster Screen: "Critters" (1998, ISBN 1-55560-369-6) Other original design

Adventures[edit | edit source]

  • One Stage Before (1992, ISBN 1-55560-192-8)
  • Paradise Lost (1994, ISBN 1-55560-227-4) Kingdom of Hawaiʻi with Tom Wong
  • Double Exposure (1994, ISBN 1-55560-240-1) with Fraser Cane
  • Harlequin's Back (1994, ISBN 1-55560-248-7) "Aftermath" and Story Development
  • "Denver Double Cross" (Spring 1995, Adventures Unlimited, issue #1)

Novels[edit | edit source]

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