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Martin Stanley

Martin Stanley was born in Middlesbrough in 1972. He was educated in Teesside and later in Bristol, where he studied graphic design.

He began reading at an early age. Although it was horror and science fiction that kindled his love of reading, it was crime fiction that really grabbed his attention. It began with Elmore Leonard, moved on to Jim Thompson and took off with his discovery of James Ellroy and, later, Raymond Chandler, Dashiell Hammett and Ross MacDonald.

He is the author of The Gamblers, a violent noir thriller set in Bristol, and The Hunters, the first in the Stanton brothers series of crime thrillers, set in and around Teesside.

He lives, works and socialises in London.

Current Releases
Kandinsky's life is at rock-bottom. He's a gambler in debt to a vicious loan-shark and he's going nowhere fast. Then, by chance, he overhears a conversation and realises he has a way out of his mess. He decides to hijack a robbery of s...
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The Gamblers


Visit Martin Stanley's website: www.thegamblersnovel.com




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