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Tunku Halim was born in 1964. He lives nomadically but is a frequent visitor to his country of birth, Malaysia. He relinquished corporate life long before starting this novel which was mostly written on a boat called Ruby M and in ‘Birch Cottage’ in the highlands of Tasmania.
He has his own publishing company and is interested in design and environmentally-friendly urban development. His previous books include the short-story collections The Rape of Martha Teoh & Other Chilling Stories (1997), BloodHaze: 15 Chilling Tales (1999) and The Woman Who Grew Horns and Other Works (2001); the novels Dark Demon Rising (1997) and Vermillion Eye (2000); and the novella Juriah's Song (2008). His non-fiction books include A Children's History of Malaysia (2003) and a biography of his late father Tunku Abdullah — A Passion for Life (1998).
His first book with Fixi Novo was the bestselling mid-career retrospective Horror Stories (2014).