Tony Nash began his career as a navigator in the Royal Air Force, later re-training at Bletchley Park to become an electronic spy, intercepting Russian agent transmissions, during which time he studied many languages and achieved a BA Honours Degree from London University. Diverse occupations followed: Head of Modern Languages in a large school, yacht skipper, deep sea fisher, fly tyer, antique dealer, bespoke furniture maker, restorer and French polisher, deer stalker and creative writer, with 28 novels written to date. The majority are murder mysteries with a considerable forensic science content a la Patricia Cornwell, but there are also historical adventures, WWI and WWII tales, which, though fictional, are accurate in every historical detail, a black magic tale and homespun thrillers. There are many more in the pipeline.
Soon to be publishing the first book of a new Scandinavian detective series.