Richmond is a graduate from the University of Tasmania.
He spent many years working in the spatial-information industry; two of which were spent mixing it with the Kurds in pre-war Northern Iraq, as a consultant for the United Nations.
After evacuating himself to Russia he resided for twelve months in Moscow, acquainting himself with Russian life, enduring freezing winter temperatures, writing restaurant reviews for an ex-pat website and enjoying the cafe culture of a blissful Moscow summer.
Upon returning to Australia he devoted himself to writing fulltime. Many of his fiction short stories have been published in magazines such as "The Tasmanian Surveyor" and "Azimuth" and he has received an award for one of his poems "A Parent's Plea" in the 2010 FreeXpresSion Literary Competition. Richmond is a member of the Bondi Writers' Group (Fellowship of Australian Writers).
Do your thoughts affect other people?
What if those people end up dead?
The unthinkable is happening. People are dying inexplicably. Just one man appears responsible…a deranged monster or a madman?
A reluctant cop sets out to find the truth. He risks all and loses everything, but discovers a tortured soul; consumed by revenge and manipulated by an adolescent infatuation.