Jeremy Davies is an author, editor and student with a severe writing habit that remains, to this date, terminally incurable. He lives in a ‘leafy’ area of Melbourne, Australia, that resembles City Eastside (a little). He has, and is had by, a wife (who resembles Gertrude only in spirit and only very occasionally – thank every pantheon Rhys has at his disposal) and three children, none of whom resemble goblins or trolls in ANY way, EVER. He loves them all very dearly.
He would like to acknowledge some of the fictional and factual influences that helped make Frank and Rhys (and everyone else) happen (in no particular order): Dashiell Hammett, Elmore Leonard, Hercule Poriot, Sam Spade, Aristophanes, Terry Pratchett, Phillp Marlowe, Sam Vimes, Sherlock Holmes, Tintin, Monty Python, Agatha Christie, Tolkein, Humphrey Bogart, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the Hardy Boys (yeah, them. Hell, it was a long time ago…), and all those noir writers, you know who you are, dammit!
www.twitter.com/jeremy__davies (that’s two underscores).
Jeremy comes to Satalyte Publishing with Missing, Presumed Undead.