RYAN CASEY

Writer and author of suspense thrillers, including the bestselling Dead Days series. Engaging characters, unpredictable stories.

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Dead Days Season Three

The third season of the best-selling post apocalyptic horror is now available.

 

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Nameless Kill (Brian McDone, #3)

The third instalment in the thrilling crime mystery series.

 

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Ryan Casey is an author of suspense thrillers. He incorporates elements of horror, science fiction, mystery and satire in various works. He has written seven novels, a long-running serial, and several novellas and short stories. Across all genres, Casey is renowned for his dark, page-turning suspense, his unforgettable characters, and his knockout twists. His work includes the best selling Dead Days horror serial, the Brian McDone mysteries, Sinkers, The Hunger, Killing Freedom, What We Saw, The Watching, She Remembers, Something in the Cellar and Silhouette.

Casey lives in the United Kingdom. He has a BA degree in English with Creative Writing from the University of Birmingham, and has been writing stories for as long as he can remember. In his spare time, he enjoys American serial television, is a slave to Pitchfork’s Best New Music section, and wastes far too much of his life playing Football Manager games.

Ryan is currently working on the first and second Blake Dent Mysteries for an October release.

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