Robert Young is a busy professional in Financial Services and a married father of three, living on the south coast and working in London.
Who are your favorite authors?
That probably changes at any given moment but I certainly read every book Mo Hayder does and most of Mark Billingham's. The two Cromwell books by Hilary Mantel were excellent and I've very much enjoyed a few of her other titles. David Peace is a pretty incredible writer and I try to read most of Anthony Beevor's stuff too. Also devoured all of George R R Martin's Game of Thrones series. Tolkien and also Philip Pullman are fabulous authors as well. Stop me now or I'll just keep going.
What inspires you to get out of bed each day?
I actually quite enjoy my day job, though that's not always been the case. Mostly it's the wife and kids. You don't get much choice in the matter with three young children in the house. That's a bit of a humdrum answer though. I find the prospect of writing, the excitement and buzz of it, as well as finding people to read and, most important, enjoy what I write keep me going.
Daniel Campbell thought he wanted a quiet life. Now he's not so sure. Seeking excitement and a new challenge, he starts to make changes but pretty soon he's in so deep he can't tell if he's just paranoid, or really is in danger. He's made some enemies after all, and the kind that hold grudges.
Has Campbell been marked? Is he being hunted? He's about to find out.
Jonathan Laing and Blake Roth are two men with nothing in common. Until now.
Finding themselves suffering from memory loss, erratic behaviour and a ferocious thirst, they come to realise that their lives have become mysteriously entangled. As one searches desperately for answers, the other tries to flee them.
But the truth is hunting both men and they must decide how they will choose to face it.
Tom's making a bit of a mess of this. There's the new woman in his life, only he's doing his best to mess that up. There's the bad timing of the ex-girlfriend situation, which he really could have handled better. He can't seem to form decisions without having a few beers first either. Plus he's taking advice from a dysfunctional group of mates.
This is going to get worse before it gets better.
When Daniel Campbell's party is ended by a shocking disturbance he finds himself dragged into an ever more desperate and confusing web of theft, espionage and violence. Pursued from every angle and closed off from help, Campbell must rely on his wits and resourcefulness to escape a closing trap. But where do you run when you're running from everyone? And who do you trust when there’s no-one left?