RYAN CASEY

Horror, Thriller & Mystery Author

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Ryan Casey is the author of over a dozen novels and a highly successful post apocalyptic serial. He writes horror, thrillers and mysteries, but all of his works are bound by dark suspense. Across all genres, Casey’s work is renowned for its rapid pacing, unforgettably complex characters, and knockout twists.

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.

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Latest on the Blog

Sunlight: Now Available to Pre-Order

Hi everyone, Just a heads up that Sunlight, a new post-apocalyptic suspense book I have coming out on October 30, is now available to pre-order at Amazon, Kobo and iBooks. The pre-order links are below: Amazon Kindle – http://smarturl.it/SunlightKindle Kobo... read more

A Few Books Now Out of Kindle Exclusivity

Hi everyone, Just wanted to give you non-Kindle ebook readers (all four of you) a heads up that my three month Amazon exclusivity contract on a few of my books has expired, and therefore they are all now available once more on the other big retailers. The full list of... read more

Sunlight: Exclusive Cover Reveal & Q&A

Hi everyone, The end of the year is approaching, which means my releases are all building up. Something that happens every year, not sure why. I suppose I spend all year working on multiple projects and they all just gather around winter. Works for me, though! Anyway,... read more