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Chris Simms was picked by Waterstone's as one of the '25 Authors for the Future' as part of their 25th anniversary celebrations in 2007 The Jon Spicer crime novels are fast-paced, tightly written and hold-your-breath scary Chris Simms receives terrific reviews: 'An atmospheric, psychologically astute and emotionally literate study of the nature of predator and prey, with an unexpected ending' Guardian 'An intricate plot is enhanced by good writing and human sympathy. Highly recommended' Literary Review 'The plot has more twists and turns than a rollercoaster...fast-paced, involving, tense and well-written' Shots Magazine 'I simply couldn't turn the pages fast enough to find out what happened next. Superb' Bookbag 'Chris Simms combines psychological insight with gritty realism to give the reader a genuinely exciting story' Crime Time 'Simms keeps you guessing' Daily Telegraph 'Chris Simms has never shown any reluctance to chill the blood of the reader, and that is very much on the cards here as the tension is screwed down ever tighter from chapter to chapter' Good Book Guide 'Definitely a talent to watch' Bookseller
Chris Simms is married with four children and works as a freelance copywriter. His acclaimed novel KILLING THE BEASTS was selected as a Best Crime book for 2005 by Shots magazine. His second novel Pecking Orderwas selected as a Best British crime novel by Deadly Pleasures magazine. Chris Simms lives in Marple, near Manchester.
'An atmospheric, psychologically astute and emotionally literate study of the nature of predator and prey, with an unexpected ending' - Guardian'An intricate plot is enhanced by good writing and human sympathy. Highly recommended' - Literary Review'I simply couldn't turn the pages fast enough to find out what happened next. Superb' - BookbagSimms homes in on very real human evil - GUARDIANA gripping thriller... the latest in a tradition of great British crime novels featuring memorable coppers - SOUTH WALES ARGUS