Nick Louth is a million-selling thriller author, and an award winning journalist.
After graduating from the London School of Economics in 1979, he was a foreign correspondent for Reuters, working in New York, Amsterdam, London and Hong Kong. Freelance from 1998-2014, he wrote for the Financial Times, Investors Chronicle, Money Observer and MSN.
His Investors Chronicle piece ‘Making Sense of Chaos’ won the article of the year award from for the UK Chartered Financial Analysts Society in 2014. His numerous financial books are published by Harriman House Ltd.
The thriller Bite was self-published in 2007 before becoming an Amazon No1 best-seller in 2014, and being and translated into six languages. There followed standalone thrillers Heartbreaker and Mirror Mirror in 2016-17, and Trapped, in 2019.
Other Books By This Author
The Body Under The Bridge
The Body on the Moor
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