Keith Wright is an internationally renowned, award-winning author of crime novels.
The Inspector Stark series of gritty crime thrillers are based in Nottingham, England and all can be read as stand-alone. The stories follow the cases of Detective Inspector David Stark and his team of diverse detectives. They are set in the 1980s, before DNA and mobile phone technology took the humanity out of crime detection. They still regard political correctness as laughable.
Wright, a former detective, has received reviews in The Times and Financial Times and 'Murder Me Tomorrow' won the Independent Press Award for best crime fiction.
International bodies and prestigious organisations have recognised other books in the series.
Wright has also published a short story anthology - 'Killing Dad and other crime short stories' as well as being a contributor to notable anthologies produced around the world.