Writing has been in Adrian's blood since he was old enough to put pencil to paper but his first novel was only e-published in 2013.
He has spent the last twenty-something years channeling his creative efforts into journalism in a career that started in local newspapers, covering every kind of story imaginable from crime to court, religion to defence. He now works full-time in regional television news in the South East of England.
Deep Sleepers was his first novel - and the first outing for his maverick hero, Tom Blake, a former Special Forces psychologist, who has a unique skill to get inside people's heads.
The second book in the series, The Armageddon Virus, was published in summer 2015.
Adrian is married to fellow indie author, Amanda Wills. They live in Kent with their two boys, Oliver and Thomas.
Former Special Forces psychologist, Tom Blake can peer into the minds of men. But when a mysterious traveller arrives in the country on a fake passport, pursued by a ruthless assassin, the truth is so disturbing and deceptive that even Blake is stumped.
The puzzle points to a Russian dissident harbouring a terrible secret that could rock a nation.
A mysterious assassination. A breakout from a maximum security prison. And the theft from a secret laboratory of a deadly virus that could wipe out humanity.
Tom Blake is back - teamed up with one the security service’s rising stars in a perilous mission across northern Europe on the trail of international terrorists.
An undercover agent embedded with the extreme far right has gone missing. His handler, Tom Blake, is the only man who can find him.
But when the agent resurfaces as the ringleader of a terrifying bomb plot, Blake – a special forces veteran now working for the security service, MI5 – has to call on all his years of experience to avert a tragedy.