Tony Black is the author of 14 novels. An award-winning journalist, he was born in Australia and grew up in Scotland and Ireland. Described by Irvine Welsh as his 'favourite British crime writer' Tony's work took a turn away from the mean streets after the birth of his son. His Father's Son was his first novel outside of the crime genre. Tony was runner-up in The Guardian's Not the Booker Prize in 2014 for The Last Tiger and has been nominated for the Crime Writers' Association Dagger seven times, including the prestiguous 'Dagger in the Library' award in 2016, which covers an author's entire body of work.