Ryan Casey is the author of several novels, novellas and short stories. He writes a wide range of dark thrillers, but refuses to be restricted by genre. He revels in exploring complex, troubled characters in difficult moral situations, and is a sucker for a plot twist. His work includes Dying Eyes, Killing Freedom, What We Saw, Dead Days, The Watching, Something in the Cellar and Silhouette.
Casey lives in the United Kingdom and 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.
He posts a weekly blog, discussing writing, publishing, and whatever the hell else he feels like.