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Simon McCleave


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Simon McCleave was born in South London. When leaving University, he worked in television and film development. He was a Script Editor at the BBC, a producer at Channel 4 before working as a Story Analyst in Los Angeles. He worked on films such as ‘The Full Monty’ and television series such as ‘Our Friends In The North’.

Simon then became a script writer for television and film. He wrote on series such as Silent Witness, Murder In Suburbia, Teachers, Attachments, The Bill, Eastenders and many more. His film, ‘Out of the Game’ for Channel 4 was critically acclaimed – ‘An unflinching portrayal of male friendship.’ (Time Out)

‘The Snowdonia Killings’ is his first novel.

Simon lives in North Wales with his wife and two children.

Simon can be contacted at simonmccleave.com and contact@simonmccleave.com.
 

Genres: Mystery
 
New Books
January 2024

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The Drowning Isle
(Anglesey, book 4)
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Anglesey
   1. The Dark Tide (2022)
   2. In Too Deep (2023)
   3. Blood on the Shore (2023)
   4. The Drowning Isle (2024)
   5. Untitled Book 5 (2024)
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