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Michael Crichton

He has sold more than 150 million books, and his books have been translated into thirty-six languages and thirteen have been made into films. He is also the creator of the television series ER. He is the only person to have had, at the same time, the Number One book, movie and TV show in the United States. Read More

Warren Fahy

Find out all about the man who coined the term for one of the hair world's greatest do's...the mullet Read More

Michael Crichton's Pirate Latitudes

Best known for his blockbusting techno-thrillers, next month sees the posthumous publication of Michael Crichton’s last completed novel Pirate Latitudes.   Found after the prolific author’s death last year it’s unlike anything he’s written before. To give you an idea of what you can expect here’s the specially commissioned trailer,… Read More

A View from Henders Island

Fragment author Warren Fahy published his debut earlier this month. With a wedding and a honeymoon now ticked off, he’s had some time to reflect on being a published author. The experience of writing and publishing FRAGMENT has been strikingly similar to the story of the novel itself: years of… Read More

Jurassic Park for the Lost Generation

This months sees Warren Fahy publish his debut novel Fragment, a thriller described as a ‘Jurassic Park ‘for the Lost generation’. From the man who coined the term ‘mullet’, we bring you his thoughts on whether or not ‘humanity’ was always going to exist, creating the ficticious new world of Henders… Read More

Fragment

Jurassic Park meets Lost in this electrifying new adventure thriller Read an extract from Fragment Buy Fragment on Amazon Read More