Alan Dunn was born and bred on Tyneside but lives on the fringes of the Lake District in northern England. His first published work, the Ian St. James Award Winning short story “French Kisses” has been anthologized twice in England. He has been a work study officer, hospital administrator, insurance salesman, company secretary, folk musician, and a teacher of creative writing. He enjoys running, cycling, and collects models of jelly-babies. He is the author of Payback and has published three other novels in England.
St. Martin's Press
It is early February and security consultant, ex-cop and some-time detective Billy Oliphant is suffering from more than just winter blues. His girlfriend is on a year's sabbatical in North America....