Author Ron Morgans lived in a fishing village on the Mediterranean writing mystery novels. The characters and plots he writes about are inspired by his years as an award winning picture journalist. He worked on eight UK National newspapers and covered the world's major events with the top cameramen of his generation.
At the turn of the 60's whilst he was picture editor of the Daily Express, Britain was experiencing the Cold War, the 1st man to land on the moon and the rise and break up of the Beatles whilst England revelled in being World Cup winners. The Minister of War was caught with a call girl and 109 Russian spies were deported in one day, thanks to one of his pictures in the Express.
He was on the SUN during the Falklands War and the Daily Mail for the wedding of Charles and Diana.
On the TODAY newspaper he produced in colour the space shuttle Challenger explosion, Chernobyl, Lockerbie and Tiananmen Square. Fergie marrying Andrew and her toes being sucked by John Bryan.
As the millennium turned Ron Morgans left the Daily Mirror to fulfill a lifetimes ambition to write thrillers. He moved to a small fishing port on the Costa Blanca with wife Alison, a fellow Mirror journalist.
In the previous seven years he was its picture editor, responsible for the paper's picture coverage. During that time Lech Walesa became Poland's President, Nelson Mandela was freed and the Soviet Union collapsed. Fergie divorced Andrew then Diana perished in the Pont de l'Alma tunnel and the funeral that stunned the world.
Now he uses that experience to craft stories that move with breathtaking pace that excite and intrigue his growing band of readers.