Philip G Henley

Biography

Philip G Henley spent nearly eighteen years in the Royal Air Force before entering the civilian corporate world. He specialised in IT and then Programmes and Projects before most recently working as an IT Director for a large UK Service Company. He has recently turned to writing and ‘To The Survivors’ is his second book in a very different style and genre to his first story, which was a spy thriller called ‘An Agent’s Demise.

A third book The Persuasive man has just been published and will be on Smashwords soon.

Phil has lots of other interests to go with his writing including appalling golf where he has managed to come bottom of his Golf Society’s rankings for eleven straight years, and he shows no sign of breaking that record!

Philip lives with his wife Lisa, and their two adult children, in Hampshire in the UK.

Philip has started a sequel to ‘An Agent’s Demise’, a collection of short stories, a Sci-Fi space book and a story about revolution.

Philip likes getting reviews, good, preferably, but he is grateful to anyone who takes the time to read and then comment about his stories.

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Books

To The Survivors
By Philip G Henley
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 150,630. Language: British English. Published: September 18, 2013. Category: Fiction
An apocalypse threatens human kind. A highly infectious, lethal, genetic, virus is detected that attacks mankind and mammals. The Government must act. As the disease spreads it is not clear how many will, or will not, survive, nor what the survivors will have to do to live. If they survive...
An Agent's Demise
By Philip G Henley
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 97,380. Language: British English. Published: February 5, 2013. Category: Fiction
Intelligence analysts and agents have gone missing, some may have been killed. The press and the police suspect there is a serial killer on the loose. John Slater was near the latest victim, he is evasive, appears to have no history, and he might be the killer. The second Iraq war and the intelligence network may link the victims and so the police investigate.

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