Mark Mower is a British writer of fictional and true crime books. As a member of the Crime Writers’ Association he has a fascination for researching and writing about crime and social history. His books can be purchased from all major retailers and online sellers. Click here to order any books.

About Mark Mower

After graduating from Anglia Ruskin University with a degree in Modern History, Mark worked for fourteen years as a management consultant with a large professional services firm. In that time he gained an MBA from Henley Management College and went on to set up his own training and consultancy business.

His first non-fiction book, Suffolk Tales of Mystery & Murder, was published in 2006 and contained a potent blend of true crime stories – described by one reviewer as “...a good serving of grisliness, a strong flavour of the unusual, a seasoning of ghoulishness and just a hint of the unexpected...”

Mark now writes both fiction and non-fiction. His first fictional tale, ‘The Strange Missive of Germaine Wilkes’, appeared as a chapter in the 2015 anthology, The MX Book of New Sherlock Holmes Stories. His own volume of Holmes and Watson tales, A Farewell to Baker Street, was published in the same year.

In addition to his writing, Mark lectures on aspects of criminology and runs courses on the history of crime. He lives close to Beccles in the English county of Suffolk.


You can read a synopsis of Mark's books and purchase them here.

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