Ray is best known for his three ‘Holocaust Echoes’ historical novels: The Sugar Men, Rosa’s Gold, and Beyond the Shadow of Night. Then came Under Darkening Skies, a sideways step from those, set in Norway during the German occupation, a story of how the Lebensborn program left an equally serious legacy for many ordinary people. His latest release is Three Tales from Vienna, an epic saga spanning a century and three generations of an ordinary Viennese family through the eyes of three sisters. He has also written An Ocean Between Us, a historical romance released under the pen name Rachel Quinn, which is a love story set in Ireland during World War Two. Two other General Fiction titles released under the Ray Kingfisher name are Matchbox Memories and Tales of Loss and Guilt. The former is a more of a comedy drama with a bittersweet edge, being a sympathetic portrait of Alzheimer’s disease. It concerns how attitudes change over time and how we can never truly escape our past. Tales of Loss and Guilt is a collection of short stories which reflects the diversity of Ray’s writing both in style and in subject matter, containing comedies mixed in with hard-edged thrillers and moving dramas. It follows on that Ray has also written gritty thrillers under the pen-name Ray Backley, and silly comedies under the pen-name Ray Fripp. Ray lives in Hampshire, UK, and welcomes any feedback (positive or negative) from readers. You can email him at: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit his website www.raykingfisher.com where you can read more about the ‘stories behind the stories’ and subscribe to his newsletter.Read more Read less
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