Keith Nixon is a British born writer of crime and historical fiction novels. Originally he trained as a chemist, but Keith is now in a senior sales role for a high-tech business.
Keith currently lives with his family in the North West of England. His novels are published by Bastei Lubbe and Gladius Press.
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Some praise for Keith's work:
"... deeply emotional, a dark rollercoaster ride."
- Ed James, author of the bestselling DI Fenchurch series
"The book is just fantastic. Rare to rarest to find wonderful heart kickin' compassion in a crime novel. Solomon is a true keeper."
- Ken Bruen, author of the Jack Taylor series
"A compelling murder mystery with a multilayered and engaging new hero. Great read."
- Mason Cross, author of the Carter Blake thriller series
"A damaged detective, haunted by a tragic past, a young son missing or dead, a man on a quest for redemption. Detective Sergeant Solomon Gray is a fine creation and Dig Two Graves an intriguing, nourish mystery. Keith Nixon is a sparkling crime fiction talent."
- Howard Linskey, author of the David Blake crime series
"A dark, uncompromising tale of loss, murder, and revenge. Glorious noir, which takes the police procedural elements and gives them new life. I can't wait to read the next step in Solomon Gray's journey for answers ..."
- Luca Veste, author of the Murphy and Rossi series
'Lean, mean and gritty, with writing as sharp as a razor cut that'll hit you just where it's needed.'
Matt Hilton - Author of the Joe Hunter thrillers
'A beautiful flow to the prose that keeps you hooked right in, some twisty turny goodness and a jaw dropping ending.'
Liz Loves Books
'The plot is deftly woven and subtly seeded with little clues to help you along the way but I was still taken aback by the final reveal and felt like kicking myself. Which is just the way it should be.'
Crime Fiction Lover
'The twist at the end is one of the most jaw-dropping moments I have had reading crime thrillers. For hours afterwards I was going back over everything in the book and the clues are all there, but I did not see it coming at all. I cannot recommend this book highly enough.'
'It is well written, with fast-paced descriptions, a hard-hitting plot, great characters and unexpected twists and turns.'
'What a great character Keith Nixon has created here. Promises to be one heck of a ride.'
Big Al's Books & Pals blog
'Tight, punchy with a distinct voice.'