Gerald Seymour spent fifteen years as an international television news reporter with ITN, covering Vietnam, the Middle East, and terrorism across the world. Seymour was on the streets of Londonderry on Bloody Sunday, and was a witness to the massacre of Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympics. Gerald Seymour's first novel was the acclaimed thriller Harry's Game, set in Belfast. He has since written twenty-four more novels, of which six have been filmed for television in the UK and US.
'The finest thriller writer in the world today' -- Daily Telegraph on THE UNTOUCHABLE 'Mario Puzo, eat your heart out' -- The Times on KILLING GROUND 'A superb feat of storytelling by a master of his craft' -- Sunday Telegraph on THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER 'A genuinely exciting epic' -- Daily Telegraph on THE UNTOUCHABLE 'A writer who knows exactly what pressure to exert and when ... you will not stop for a cup of tea or even breathe much' -- Guardian on THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER