Karl Davis


Karl Davis is a writer, stand up comedian, train driver, and musician. Karl lives in Hull, UK, and is married with two young sons, an addiction to unhealthy foods, and two gorgeous dogs.

A long standing community campaigner, Karl has played pivotal roles in numerous local campaigns, and as a published author, Karl has contributed articles to UK papers and magazines including The Guardian, New Statesman, Liberal Conspiracy, Tribune Magazine, Morning Star, The London Progressive Journal, and numerous others.

He is a regular guest on BBC Radio, and a lifelong devotee of Hull Kingston Rovers, and Liverpool FC. Karl has appeared on numerous local news outlets connected with a multitude of issues, and engages in public speaking in support of various causes.

Working in collaboration with the Universities of Brighton & Bournemouth respectively, Karl contributed the opening chapter to a book published by PCCS Books about dealing with suicide. Our Encounters With Suicide is aimed at mental health professionals treating those affected by suicide.

The Trackman, in E-Book format, is the first in a series of novels following the exploits of Joe Tenby, a Hull-born Detective from the Metropolitan Police.

The sequel, which has a working title of "Terminus" is being created as we speak!

Karl posts on twitter as @karldavis1979, and is also on Facebook. Just search 'Karl Davis Author'.

Where to find Karl Davis online


The Trackman
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 142,370. Language: English. Published: November 2, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Crime thriller, Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Crime thriller
The Trackman is a scintillating page turner, guaranteed to grab hold of you until you arrive, heart racing & eyes widened at the explosive climax. Following Detective Sergeant Joe Tenby of the Metropolitan Police in his quest to catch a twisted & sadistic serial killer with a score to settle, The Trackman will leave you transfixed, breathless, & wondering where this toxic killer will strike next.

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