Les Lunt was born and educated in Liverpool. He trained as a teacher of physical education and youth leader and worked on the streets of Liverpool as a detached youth worker, mainly in the Liverpool 8 district of the city. After secondment to university in Southampton, he joined a child protection team in Plymouth, Devon.
Moving to the United States, he worked as a volunteer social worker in Sonoma, California. It was here that his first book, Logan’s Touch, was published, followed by Night Attack.
Moving back to the U.K., he re-joined Devon Social Services in Paignton, once again working in the field of child protection. Following the publication of The Ghosts of KG40, he moved to Spain with his wife. He presently lives in Devon.
His hobbies include history, aviation archaeology, travelling in France and cooking and entertaining friends.
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