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Liam began writing non-fiction books for Artists’ & Photographers’ Press and he has now written or co-written 65 titles, including the non-fiction bestseller The Sledger’s Handbook (2006), which has sold more than 25,000 copies. He has edited another 40 books and also works as a freelance copywriter and copy-editor for the Daily Telegraph.
He has written four screenplays, one of which was optioned by the producers of the Oscar-nominated movie, Mongol. In 2016, his script for The Battle of Boxhill reached the quarterfinal of the Austin Film Festival’s screenwriting competition. Liam has also adapted an incredible true war story into a novel and screenplay called The Little English Boy. The novel has been preserved by the National Archives. He continues to pen scripts and provides a high-quality editing service for aspiring writers.
Down the Devils Road
A heist, diamonds, the mob and a wedding
A cycle of death and rebirth involving the corrupt workings of the pharmaceutical industries - can Jason commit suicide in time to save his wife.