Graham K Albert (not his real name) has been a journalist and writer for almost 20 years. He works for a national broadsheet newspaper and during his career has written about everything from dance music to hard news.
His debut novel, White City, follows a provincial drug dealer called Ryan through a few weeks in 1993 - a time when the nation was gripped by dance music culture. The aim of the book is to dispel the hollywood portrayal of the drug dealer as a gun-toting gangster while at the same time exploring the ignorance, indifference and denial of the consequences of drug use.
His next book is about vampires in Essex, of which there are many.
If you are having trouble downloading the book here it is because I am still receiving upload errors. I am working to fix this, but in the meantime White City (and a preview) can be found here: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B008PEOS3I
Partying took on a whole new meaning in the early nineties. Clubbing became supplemented by a mass exodus to raves in fields. In the middle of the Norwich dance scene is Ryan, seller of recreational substances. Ryan's world is a typhoon of stupid antics and pilled-up revelry. But all that could be about to change. He's sure he is being followed. Or is it just the paranoia from all those drugs?