Ray Kingfisher is the successful author of many prize-winning short stories, the best of which have been gathered together and reworked for inclusion in 'Tales of Loss and Guilt', a diverse collection ranging from thrillers to comedies to dramas.
His debut novel is 'Matchbox Memories', a bittersweet comedy drama dealing with Alzheimer's disease, estranged families, and long hidden secrets.
(Yes, you did read that right - a comedy about Alzheimer's disease.)
His second novel is Slow Burning Lies - A Dark Psychological Thriller.
In May 2013 he released his third novel, a comedy called 'Easy Money', followed later that year by 'The Sugar Men', essentially a novel based on The Lucky One. The novel Rosa's Gold followed in 2014.
All six full-length titles are currently available on Amazon Kindle and occasionally other major ebook formats.
He writes part time (until someone gives him a break or he retires/dies) and lives in Hampshire, UK.
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