Fredrik Nath is a full-time neurosurgeon based in the northeast of England. In his time, he has run twenty consecutive Great North Run half-marathons, trekked to 6000m in Nepal, and crossed the highest mountain pass in the world. He began writing, like John Buchan, "because he ran out of penny-novels to read and felt he should write his own." Fred loves a good story, which is why he writes.
Strong praise for Fredrik Nath's previous books, published by Fingerpress: The Cyclist - World War II Series, part I "A haunting and bittersweet novel that stays with you long after the final chapter - always the sign of a really well-written and praiseworthy story. It would also make an excellent screenplay." - Historical Novels Review - Editor's Choice, Feb 2011 Farewell Bergerac - World War II Series, part II A Wartime Tale of Love, Loss and Redemption "World War II is such a popular subject, but few writers deal with it in a manner that feels genuine. Fredrik Nath is one of those few." - The Masked Persona Galdir: A Slave's Tale - Barbarian Warlord Saga, volume I "Highly Commended" in the Yeovil Literary Prize 2011 "Bloody, brutal and sexually unruly. Not for your kid, trust me, but an interesting read all the same." - George Shadow's Book and Movie Reviews