Graeme Shimmin was born in Manchester, and studied Physics at Durham University. His successful consultancy career enabled him to retire at 35 to an island off Donegal and start writing. He has since returned to Manchester and completed an MA in Creative Writing. The inspiration for A Kill in the Morning came from Robert Harris' alternate history novel, Fatherland, and a passion for classic spy fiction.
Capital Crimes (2015) (with Charlie Cochrane, Stephen Edger, Charlie Flowers, Alan McDermott, J L Merrow, Lambert Nagle, Alex Shaw, Maynard Sims and Douglas Stewart)