Vincent Cobb was born and educated in Blackpool and spent most of his working life in the travel industry. Eventually he moved to London, where he became ‘joint managing director’ of Thomson Holiday, the giant package tour company, before moving on to head up Club 18-30. His first book, The Package Tour Industry, was published last year and recounts his many personal experiences in the early days of travel – some humorous and some terrifying.
The author lives in the Home Counties with his wife, Pat. Nemesis is his second work of fiction and follows his earlier success with Leave a Light on for Jesus, a disturbing story of abuse and betrayal.
In this collection of short stories Vincent Cobb explores aspects of life that are both extraordinary and interesting but often delve in to the otherworld of the supernatural. From the story of the remarkable but apparently ordinary Agnes Ward , whose discovery of Cancer takes her on a journey out of this world .
For Angela Crossley recovering from the toughest case of her career and the tragic death of her dearest friend , she has to find the strength to rebuild herself and her career in the Police . Looking for love and a way out she finds her immediate happiness shadowed by misgiving , and soon she is hunting an evil that claws at the furthest reaches her sanity an evil that is impossible to find