Welcome

Welcome and thank you for visiting my website.

I love writing and sharing my stories. There is nothing that makes me happier than seeing people enjoy a great story and I hope my books make it onto your reading list. 2017 has been a busy year for me, having published four books, and I’m currently working on my fifth, which I aim to have completed by the end of the year.

In October 2017, I released my fourth book, Vermin Anthology, which is a series of short horror stories based around the creepiest of crawlies. My third book, The Shape in the Sky (July 2017) is about a rock band touring in the Scottish Highlands whose concert becomes a playground for some seriously deranged extra-terrestrials. Bad Credit (March 2017), my second book, centres around a cursed-ridden credit card and a debt-ridden man who cannot escape. My first book, North Sea Nightmare (January 2017), features an oil rig under the attack by a powerful creature from the deep, angered by being awoken from the drilling.

I’d love to hear your thoughts on my writing. Please feel free to drop me a note here.

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Latest release

VERMIN ANTHOLOGY

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My latest book, Vermin Anthology, was published in October 2017 and is now available here.

 

Synopsis:

Only the brave should read on and face these tales of horror. A disturbing collection of short stories to make your skin crawl.
Giant leeches.
A sewer system brimming with flesh eating monsters.
An infestation that could end the world.
And many more…

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Books

THE SHAPE IN THE SKY

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They do not come
in peace
They do not want to be our friends

Rock and roll band Iron Claymore have just launched a massive music festival in the Scottish Highlands. Booze, babes, drugs and colossal egos are part of the package when dealing with them and it doesn’t take long for the band to get up to their usual antics.
The event organisers know that people have been going missing in the Highlands recently but aren’t too concerned.
They should be.

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VERMIN ANTHOLOGY

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Only the brave should read on and face these tales of horror. A disturbing collection of short stories to make your skin crawl.
Giant leeches.
A sewer system brimming with flesh eating monsters.
An infestation that could end the world.
And many more…

BUY VERMIN ANTHOLOGY

BAD CREDIT

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YOU’VE BEEN APPROVED! When Tom gets a new credit card despite his crumbling finances, he is overjoyed. True to form, he fails to make the initial payment, having more than enough experience fighting it out with finance companies. However this is no ordinary card… A supernatural debt collector is soon after Tom, one who won’t take no for an answer, who always seems to know where he is and will rip apart anyone in his way.

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NORTH SEA NIGHTMARE

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Rig-16 in the middle of the North Sea has just started drilling.
For the men and women aboard, this may be their last day alive.
Dillan thought he was having a rough day when he found out his estranged sister, aide to a government minister, was visiting the rig he works on.
However, that was nothing compared to how bad things are about to get.
In the ancient depths, a prehistoric creature was slumbering.
They woke it.
Now they will be lucky to see tomorrow.

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About

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Born in Glasgow and growing up in East Kilbride, Lee graduated from the University of Stirling in 2013 with a law degree. As he focused in banking law, he currently works for a bank, while also focusing on his writing career. He recently moved to London but lived in Edinburgh for many years, a city he is very fond of, which is reflected throughout his books.

Lee started writing at a very young age, but his first book, North Sea Nightmare, was published in January 2017, followed by Bad Credit (March 2017), The Shape in the Sky (July 2017) and Vermin Anthology (October 2017).

He has always loved reading a mix of genres, especially horror (Clive Barker in particular) but his absolute favourite series is Dune by Frank Herbert.