The author has been a journalist for more than 30 years, having worked for The Times, the Observer, the BBC and a host of other publications and news outlets in newspapers, magazines, radio, television, wire and online.
He started life as an undergraduate in Scotland studying engineering, graduating with honours but through radio ended up in journalism. After almost 20 years as a journalist he took his Masters at the University of Westminster and then Ph.D. at the University of Florida where he was honoured for 'Outstanding Academic Achievement'.
His first two novels centre on the adventures of journalist Mike McCabe.
It is the sequel to the political thriller White Collar Option. The story is also a thriller with violence, intrigue and mystery. Two apparently unrelated incidents: a shooting of a couple in northern Florida and a fire in Washington, DC trigger an investigation by the authorities and by reporter Mike McCabe.
The story is a political thriller which takes place in London and Washington. The shooting of US senator Charles McKinsey and the near fatal car crash of media tycoon John Rochester trigger an investigation by reporter Mike McCabe.
The story that unfolds is a thrilling contemporary tale of violence, political intrigue, conspiracy and duplicity, involving power, the banks, the security agencies and basic human frailty.