Iain Parke

vulpes libris

I import industrial quantities of Class A drugs, kill people and lie (a lot) for a living, being a British based crime fiction writer.

FREE sample chapters of each of my books available HERE.

I became obsessed with motorcycles at an early age, taking a six hundred mile cross-country tour to Cornwall as soon as I bought a moped at the tender age of sixteen and after working as a London dispatch rider, I built my first chopper in my bedroom at university, undeterred by the fact that my workshop was upstairs.

Armed with a MBA degree, I worked in insolvency and business restructuring in the UK and Africa which inspired my first novel The Liquidator a conspiracy thriller set in East Africa. Whatever you do, don’t take it on holiday as your safari reading!.

This was then followed by my ‘Biker Lit’ crime thriller Heavy Duty People, set amongst UK outlaw bikers in the North East and Borders; which turned into a trilogy, now optioned for TV, with Heavy Duty Attitude and Heavy Duty Trouble after two of the characters unexpectedly met up again in my head and demanded I write it.

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I have now found that biker books are a bit like zombies, whenever you think you have them dead and buried but they just keep lurching back to life, only dirtier, bloodier and more violent than before as a new trilogy has started with Operation Bourbon and Lord of the Isles.

Today I live off the grid, high up on the North Pennines in Northumberland with my wife, dogs, and a garage full of motorcycle restoration projects and I’m working on a number of book projects.

 Heavy_Duty_People_150w  Heavy_Duty_Attitude 200w  Heavy_Duty_Trouble 150
 Operation Bourbon draft cover 200  Lord_Of_The_Isles_Cover_for_Kindle  The Liquidator Amazon 200


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