Mark C Sutton is an author based in the United Kingdom, whose books have been enjoyed (and sometimes loathed) by thousands of readers across the globe. Mark's main genre is very dark, uncompromising, and brutal humour, with occasional forays into the totally absurd under the pseudonym 'Anne Thickett' ('Punk Slut', 'Kevin the Zombie and Lucy's Heaving Breasts'), and out-and-out horror (The Black Pathway).
Mark is the author of 'The Dead Winter Mountain Murders' which tells the sorry story of Stephen Hartley, a nerdish serial-killer who often almost bores his victims to death with his monologues concerning model trains, buses, and the Albanian underground techno band, 'Godjite Puls'. Another notable work by Mark is 'Grandad Miller, Serial Killer', in which a long-dormant serial killer resumes his bloody career of terror following a hiatus of forty years. The novels 'Murderer' and 'Milly Flopper, Psycho Copper' are both set in the bleak and brutal fictional city of Blackchapel, in an England of the near future that has completely lost its way in the world. 'The Show Home Spree Killer' relates the story of an angry middle-aged man - Mr Momoh - who launches an all-out, one-man war against the rest of society.
Mark's first published novel was 'Jeremy and the Summer of Stalking', which explores the saucy and bizarre world of the strangely perverted loner, Jeremy Felliwell. His story is continued in the full-length sequel, 'Jeremy and the Winter of the World-Wide Stalker', and is further chronicled in the short books 'The Pervert at the Beach', 'Jeremy's Swollen Balls', and 'Jeremy's Sunset Showdown'. Examples of Jeremy's lurid and somewhat threatening poetry are also contained in the shorts 'Jeremy's Stalker Greetings Card Messages' and 'Poems of Desire and Murder by Jeremy Felliwell'.
Mark continues to work on a number of new novels set for publication in the coming years.
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Mark is married, has two sons, and lives in the West Midlands.