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'''David Mack''' is an American author and scriptwriter who wrote ''[[24: Rogue]]''.
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'''David Alan Mack''' is an American author and scriptwriter who wrote ''[[24: Rogue]]''.
   
A ''New York Times''-bestselling author, Mack has written several spin off novels for the ''Star Trek'' franchise. He has also authored several original novels including the supernatural thriller ''The Calling'' and the novelette ''Hell Rode With Her''.
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A ''New York Times''-bestselling author, Mack has written several spin off novels for the ''Star Trek'' franchise, as well as two episodes of ''Star Trek: Deep Space Nine'' (featuring [[James Cromwell]], [[F.J. Rio]], and [[Alexander Siddig]]). He has also authored several original novels including the supernatural thriller ''The Calling'' and the novelette ''Hell Rode With Her''.
   
 
Mack has also written for comic books, film and television, including episodes of ''Star Trek: Deep Space Nine''. He has also co-authored a non fiction Iraq War memoir.
 
Mack has also written for comic books, film and television, including episodes of ''Star Trek: Deep Space Nine''. He has also co-authored a non fiction Iraq War memoir.

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David Alan Mack is an American author and scriptwriter who wrote 24: Rogue.

A New York Times-bestselling author, Mack has written several spin off novels for the Star Trek franchise, as well as two episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (featuring James Cromwell, F.J. Rio, and Alexander Siddig). He has also authored several original novels including the supernatural thriller The Calling and the novelette Hell Rode With Her.

Mack has also written for comic books, film and television, including episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. He has also co-authored a non fiction Iraq War memoir.

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