Gerry Cryer is a full-time writer who now lives in Surrey in England. He is also a business mentor, innovator, one-time guitarist in a rock covers band: Mid Life Crisis and business coach. After a university career contemporary with a British Home Secretary and the editor of a daily national newspaper (neither of whom he knew because they didn't play rugby), he embarked on a long and successful series of jobs in business management and consultancy, which others have kindly called a career.
The Masterful Manipulation of George Cove is his first novel, his second is Blah Blah and the third Maran Avdoniy is the first in a planned series of DCI Catchpole, was released in 2017.
Also released in 2017 is Alexandra which he has edited. These are case studies from the professional practice of Ukrainian psychologist Alexandra detailing her research into the world of women's erotic and sensual fantasies. On behalf of Brovary, his publisher, he purchased the over fifty collected fantasies and edited them into a compelling and must read story.
In his story-telling, he provides insights into top-level machinations, negotiations and behind-the-scenes issues that the general public know nothing about. Combined with his experience of different cultures, having lived and worked in over twenty-five countries on three continents - namely, Europe, the USA and the Middle East - he has a vast knowledge resource.
He has high emotional intelligence and is a tenacious observer of the human condition, which gives him a special talent for looking at the detail and minutiae and setting them in the context of the bigger picture, dissecting human behaviour into its component parts within the complex situations that modern society demands.
Gerry has the useful knack of staying relaxed and calm, especially in a crisis, not least because of the motto he lives by: 'Expect the unexpected'. This has proved particularly useful as his natural inquisitiveness and sense of adventure have caused him to be at the centre of many a crisis.
To find out more about Gerry Cryer and his books, visit: www.brovary.co.uk. To learn more of Alexandra go to www.alexasfantasies.com