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Jake Arnott

UK flag (b.1961)

Jake Arnott left school at sixteen. He has since worked as a labourer, a mortuary technician, a theatrical agent's assistant, an artist's life model, an actor and a sign language interpreter.

During the eighties he lived in various squats in London. In 1989 he moved to Leeds to work for Red Ladder, the radical theatre company. After a national tour with them he began to write, supporting himself on a part time job with Leeds Social Services as resource centre worker.

Genres: Mystery, Science Fiction, Historical
Jake Arnott recommends
Blink (2001)
Andrea Badenoch
"Shockingly atmospheric and evocative."
A Lazy Eye (2005)
Donna Daley-Clarke
"Haunting and mesmeric, LAZY EYE is a heartbreaking story, compellingly told."
Singer (2007)
Cathi Unsworth
"A heartbreaking elegy for the blank generation."
The Whispering Gallery (2011)
(Snow Hill Station trilogy, book 2)
Mark Sanderson
"Powerfully atmospheric. A compelling journey into the dark heart of the Square Mile."
Lucky Bunny (2011)
Jill Dawson
"A moving, wonderfully evocative story of love, danger and passionate intensity."
Rainbirds (2018)
Clarissa Goenawan
"A hauntingly moving story of loss and alienation."

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