PAUL GITSHAM

Agent: Tom Witcomb

Paul Gitsham started his career as a biologist: after gaining a PhD in molecular biology, he worked in laboratories in Manchester and Toronto, before retraining as a science teacher. Along the way he had spells as the world’s most over-qualified receptionist and spent time working for a major UK bank.

Paul’s final school reports from primary school said that he would never achieve anything if his handwriting didn’t improve; a somewhat kinder note urged him to become the next Roald Dahl. If anything, his handwriting has got worse and, unless Mr Dahl also wrote police procedurals under a pseudonym, he has failed on both counts.

Paul is the author of the DCI Warren Jones series. The first two books in the series, THE  LAST STRAW and NO SMOKE WITHOUT FIRE have both been Amazon bestsellers. Paul lives in the East of England in a flat with more books than shelf space.

Visit Paul's website

Follow Paul on Twitter

NO SMOKE WITHOUT FIRE Crime, Carina 2014 DCI Warren Jones has a bad feeling when the body of a young woman turns up in Beaconsfield Woods. She’s been raped and strangled but the murderer has been careful to leave no DNA evidence.There are, of course, suspects – boyfriend, father – to check out but, worryingly, it looks more and more like a stranger murder.

NO SMOKE WITHOUT FIRE

Crime, Carina 2014

DCI Warren Jones has a bad feeling when the body of a young woman turns up in Beaconsfield Woods. She’s been raped and strangled but the murderer has been careful to leave no DNA evidence.There are, of course, suspects – boyfriend, father – to check out but, worryingly, it looks more and more like a stranger murder.

THE LAST STRAW Crime, Carina 2014 When Professor Alan Tunbridge is discovered in his office with his throat slashed, the suspects start queuing up. The brilliant but unpleasant microbiologist had a genius for making enemies.

THE LAST STRAW

Crime, Carina 2014

When Professor Alan Tunbridge is discovered in his office with his throat slashed, the suspects start queuing up. The brilliant but unpleasant microbiologist had a genius for making enemies.