Stephen G. Collier
Stephen was born in Kettering, Northamptonshire, UK, and has spent most of his working life in the county, as a police officer. It has been ten years since he retired from the force and the community he served for thirty years.
Stephen has been published in various specialist non-fiction magazines and books, mainly in respect of his work as a police officer and his business (day job) in drug driving impairment.
Stephen has always wanted to write a crime fiction novel, and he certainly has the background and experience. He recently found the opportunity to realise this ambition by writing his debut novel, ‘Blind Murder.’
In September 2015, Stephen commences a MA Degree in Creative writing in Crime fiction, But for now, he wants to complete his second book as a sequel to Blind Murder. He is looking to publish 'Driving Dead' in 2016.
Bingham Tyler is a psychopath. Bingham Tyler wants Jim Kingsfield dead. Bingham Tyler seeks his revenge.
In 1994 a woman is found stabbed to death on a Northampton council estate by probationary PC Jim Kingsfield - his first murder.
Eighteen year later, Detective Inspector Jim Kingsfield, now married to forensic pathologist Kirsty, is unaware that he and his wife are being targeted by Bingham, who's lust for revenge will have explosive and life changing consequences for them all.
Jake Jordan is a traffic cop thrown into this revenge fuelled mix, putting his job to the test while his marriage falls apart.