Tony Moyle was born in the small town of Shepton Mallet in 1976. He's spent the last four decades attempting to find a third reason for the town to be famous (behind Babycham - a champagne substitute and a Frank Bruno heavy weight boxing fight.) Although he studied Chemistry at Exeter University he was rubbish at it and fell into a role within the business community. After twenty years of prevarication he published his first novel, 'The Limpet Syndrome.' The follow-up books 'Soul Catchers' and 'Dead Ends' soon followed to complete the 'How to Survive the Afterlife' series. In March 2019 he released, 'The End of the World is Nigh' an occasionally accurate story of Nostradamus and a newly discovered prophecy that predicts we're all doomed by Christmas! This was later a prophecy in itself, strangely accurate to the Covid-19 pandemic of 2020. February 2020 saw the launch of 'Last of the Mountain Men,' the second novel featuring the cantankerous Dr Ally Oldfield. July 2020 will see the launch of the new Dystopian Sci-Fi series 'The Circuit.' Book one 'Memory Clouds' is available now. Book 2, 'Memory Hunters' is available for preorder and released in November 2020. Tony lives in the small town of Billingshurst at the base of the South Downs national park with his two children and a noisy dog. He now writes full time and spends time volunteering for Autism charities and propping up the profits of nearby pubs. www.tonymoyle.com @limpetsyndrome https://www.facebook.com/tonymoylebooks/?ref=bookmarksRead more Read less
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