The first boy, from generations of miners, not to be sent down the coal
mines, Allan Graham was lucky enough to win a place at Grammar School where
he enjoyed mediocre success, preferring rugby and larking about to serious
study, but he always had a love of books from a very early age.
After 38 tedious years working in I.T. (a career he loathed but it paid the bills)
Allan turned to writing.
In 2012 he published a play about mediumship called “Spirit”.
He followed this up by starting the TOM O’KELL series, dark tales of magic,
mystery and horror, for young adults, publishing “Tom O’Kell & The Shaman’s
Drum” in 2013.
In January 2014, Allan published “Tom O’Kell & The Brotherhood Of The Jackal”.
He is currently working on the third novel in the series, Tom O’Kell & The Papanuk,
which he hopes to complete sometime in 2015.
Allan has been influenced by the novels of James Herbert, Dean Koontz , Dennis
Wheatley, Arthur Conan Doyle, Rider Haggard, Thomas Hardy, John Mortimer,
Sebastian Faulks, to name but a few.
For the Tom O’Kell novels, Allan Graham researches Conspiracy Theories,
Ancient Knowledge and the Paranormal.
Check out Allan’s Author profile here http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/grallan
Email Allan via firstname.lastname@example.org