A. D. Davies grew up in Leeds, West Yorkshire. In high school his ambition was to be a writer of horror novels, although in adult life he became an avid fan of crime fiction. After a long stint in an unsatisfying job, he attended the University of Leeds where he attained a degree in creative writing.
Now writing novels, his signature style involves placing characters in dangerous, heightened situations, where violence isn’t constant, but when it does surface, there are always consequences. When a character gets hit, it hurts; when a gun is fired, it’s always a big deal; and killing isn’t something people do lightly.
A. D. Davies is well-travelled, his favourite destinations being New Zealand and Vietnam, which have influenced his writing immensely, especially obvious in his novel Twilight Burning, to be released early summer 2015.
For now, however, globe-trotting is taking a back-seat to raising his two children and writing, although he hopes to one day combine all three.
He now resides in Staffordshire, UK, with his wife and two children.
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