by Graham HurleyGraham Hurley was born November, 1946 in Clacton-on-Sea, Essex. His seaside childhood was punctuated by football, swimming, afternoons on the dodgems, run-ins with the police, multiple raids on the local library - plus near-total immersion in English post-war movies.
Directed and produced documentaries for ITV through two decades, winning a number of national and international awards. Launched a writing career on the back of a six-part drama commission for ITV: "Rules of Engagement".Left TV and became full time writer in 1991.
Authored nine stand-alone thrillers plus "Airshow",a fly-on-the-wall novel-length piece of reportage, before accepting Orion invitation to become a crime writer.Drew gleefully on home-town Portsmouth (“Pompey”) as the basis for an on-going series featuring D/I Joe Faraday and D/C Paul Winter.
Contributed five years of personal columns to the Portsmouth News, penned a number of plays and dramatic monologues for local production (including the city’s millenium celebration,"Willoughby and Son"),then decamped to Devon for a more considered take on Pompey low-life.
The Faraday series came to an end after 12 books.Healthy sales at home and abroad,plus mega-successful French TV adaptations,tempted Orion to commission a spin-off series,set in the West Country,featuring D/S Jimmy Suttle.
Launch title - "Western Approaches" - published 2012."Touching Distance" to hit the bookstores next month (21st November).
Has recently self-published a number of titles on Kindle including "Strictly No Flowers" (a dark take on crime fiction), "Estuary" (a deeply personal memoir) and "Backstory" (how and why he came to write the Faraday series).
Married to the delectable Lin.Three grown-up sons (Tom,Jack and Woody). Plus corking grandson Dylan.
You're very welcome to contact Graham through his website: www.grahamhurley.co.uk
Or direct on email@example.com.
* D.I. Joe Faraday
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