Neil Broadfoot worked as a journalist for fifteen years at both national and local newspapers, covering some of the biggest stories of the day. A poacher turned gamekeeper, he has since moved into communications: providing media relations advice for a variety of organisations, from Strathclyde Fire & Rescue Service to high profile sporting clubs in Scotland.
He's now working as a communications officer for the Scottish Government. Neil is married to Fiona and a father to two girls, meaning he's completely outnumbered in his own home. He lives in Dunfermline, the setting for his first job as a local reporter.
Neil Broadfoot recommends
Devil's Knock (2015)
(Davie McCall, book 3)
"A treat for fans of tartan noir, crime and great writing in general."
The London Cage (2016)
(Connor Montrose, book 2)
"...all the sick dialogue and intrigue we've come to expect from Leggatt."
Power Play (2020)
"Absolutely stunning. Almost eerily topical, it hits like a heavyweight and refuses to let go until the final page. Addictive stuff from Tony Kent, who isn't playing with his claim to be one of the rising stars of crime thrillers."
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