About the author

Paul J. Teague

<p>Hi, I'm Paul Teague, the author of the <strong>Don't Tell Meg</strong> and <strong>Morecambe Bay</strong> trilogies&nbsp;as well as several other standalone psychological thrillers such as <strong>Dead of Night, Now You See Her</strong> and <strong>So Many Lies</strong>.<br><br>I'm a former broadcaster and journalist with the BBC, but I have also worked as a primary school teacher, a disc jockey, a shopkeeper, a waiter and a sales rep.<br><br>I've read thrillers all my life, starting with Enid Blyton's Famous Five series, then graduating to James Hadley Chase, Harlan Coben, Linwood Barclay and Mark Edwards.<br><br>If you love those authors then you’ll like my thrillers too.<br><br>I started off writing thrillers with the <strong>Don’t Tell Meg Trilogy</strong> which draws upon my 18-year career in radio journalism.<br><br>It’s fast-moving, high action and a bit racy in places, but it was great fun writing the story and I hope to re-visit the characters one day.<br><br>My standalone stories are ‘can’t-put-down’ thrillers where normal people find themselves in extraordinary situations.<br><br>In <strong>Dead of Night</strong>, Jack and Lucy hit a man on an isolated road in the middle of nowhere and get caught up in a violent, high-stakes hunt.<br><br><strong>No More Secrets</strong> is set in the Scottish Highlands and tells the story of Katy Wild who has to fight to stay alive in the isolated hills and woodland.<br><br>In <strong>One Fatal Error</strong>, Matt Dalton gets involved with a billionaire entrepreneur only to find that he should have been careful what he wished for.<br><br>I love writing thrillers and plan on writing many more in the years ahead.<br><br>I also write sci-fi and dystopian novels as Paul Teague and these stories are set in dark and sinister future-worlds.<br><br>I have written <strong>The Secret Bunker Trilogy</strong>, <strong>The Grid Trilogy</strong> and the standalone story, <strong>Phase 6</strong>.<br><br>You can find out more about my books at https://paulteague.net/</p>