Buy my latest thriller Bangkok Burning, nominated for the Diverse Book Award 2021, available in paperback from Amazon, Foyles, Queer Lit, City Books Hove and Kindle e-book.
In the press
Praise for Bangkok Burning
Unflinching… Highlights the squalid streets of PatpongReview by author David Gee
A dark and exotic love storyFrom Boyz magazine interview
Brings the brutal streets of Bangkok to lifeReedsy book blogger Gemma F
A vivid picture of life and death in BangkokOut UK Q&A
Praise for Bloody Summer
Emotionally grippingAttitude magazine
Writes about the dark side of desireQX magazine
Praise for Vacuum-Packed
Exciting… writes with tremendous lifeOut UK feature
A raw and deeply moving accountReview by author Ian Casocot
Follows in the tradition of Bret Easton Ellis and Michel Houellebecq. You’ll be dazed, appalled, intrigued.Bangkok Metro
Real hell of a readArticle in Utopia Asia
Describes the wreckage of lost young lives with a world weary cynicism that can sting with its biteDaniel Gawthrop, The Nation
Gritty and thought provokingIndependent Gay Writer
Graham Floyd has just seven days to get what he craves. The closeted 40 year old, crippled by anxiety issues, gambles everything on a smile, swapping dreary south London for the brutal chaos of Bangkok. He soon finds himself prey not only to Natasha, the transsexual nightclub schemer he loses his heart to, but in thrall to the slimy US Svengali who owns her. Bangkok is also Graham’s awakening, though will he triumph in a fight to the death for what’s really his? Published in paperback by The Conrad Press and available from Amazon, Foyles, Queer Lit and as an e-book on Kindle.
I am a Hove-based journalist, having recently returned home after living in Asia for six years and have had a number of lifestyle and travel features published by the likes of The Times, Time Out, the South China Morning Post, Asia Times, Bangkok Metro and Traveller. See my Amazon author page to purchase my novels and view my favourite books on Goodreads.