Cassian Brown was born in London in 1957 and grew up on the Isle of Ischia in Italy and in New Zealand. He has lived most of his adult life in Sydney, Australia.
He is a newspaper and magazine sub-editor, and has also worked as a farmhand, cleaner, roofer, dishwasher, wine waiter, armoured-van guard and cheese-truck driver.
While a lover of science fiction since his wonder years, Cassian Brown reads a range of styles. With his own writing he finds himself blending SF with other genres. He is the author of the SF conspiracy thriller Ave Judas and of Baxter Mariah, which mixes SF, horror, adventure and psychological drama. Both are 2011 publications. His next project, 25, is about sociopaths and those who indulge them.
Cassian lives in Sydney with his wife, Jie, and Bobo, a spirited Pomeranian-Chihuahua cross. They regularly visit the South Coast of New South Wales.
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"Goodnight, Baxter. Sleep tight. Hope the bunyips don’t bite ..."
Yet Baxter Mariah, fighter pilot, has more to contend with than beasts that are part human, part troll, and which, in this blighted Australia
steadily sliding under the sea, might not be so mythical after all. He believes he is destined to rescue his people ... if he only knew how.
The second coming was never meant to be like this ...
It is the year of our Lord 2449. The Pope believes he has just forty-four days to avert a galactic Armageddon by discrediting anew the most reviled man in history.
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