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As a child Graham Marks spent the first six years of his life following his father around who was an RAF pilot, including a three-year stint in Canada. The start of a love affair with North America thatâ€™s never stopped.
He was sent to boarding school at the age of 13, an experience he hated, and then went to Harrow School of Art to study Information Graphics. Graham has produces childrenâ€™s non-fiction books, written childrenâ€™s novels and even attempted to launch the UKâ€™s first adult comic strip magazine.
As a writer he has penned comic strip scripts for Marvel UK (Motormouth, The Genetix), radio scripts for BBC Radio 5 (Wiggly Park) and TV and film tie-in books for Boxtree (Captain Scarlet, Judge Dredd) and BBC Worldwide (Wallace and Gromit, 5th Musketeer). He's also written for Maxim, Midweek, Playboy South Africa and SHE.
Suspend disbelief and throw yourself into an action-packed, creepy tale. 16 year old Gabe finds himself on the wrong side of an ambitious drug dealer in Los Angeles and life takes an even sharper turn for the worse when he wakens a menacing, murdering apparition, obsessed with locating what has been lost. The author doesn't always explain every action or reaction, he allows the story to race ahead, maintaining suspense and encouraging the readers own imagination to run riot. Highlighting friendship and loyalty, ‘Bad Bones’ also proves that it can sometimes be very difficult to repair a wrong and initiate a right. Surrender to the story as it tears off into the realms of scary fantasy, but DON’T whatever you do, surrender to the sinister evil that has surfaced and refuses to die. ~ Liz Robinson
Written as a screen play, this is a vivid picture of a group of teenagers who are determined to keep their pirate radio station up and running. Itâs all about being heard. But being heard also gets you noticed â€“ in the wrong way. Full of energy, this captures the feel of defiant teenagers determined to do their own thing.
Omega Place if full of intrigue and adventure and set against a gritty urban landscape. Itâs an action-packed teen drama thatâs full of clues right down to the final, gripping denouement.Graham Marksâ novels are a terrific blend of contemporary life and magical realism. Heaven knows where he gets his ideas from but the important thing is that all his novels are fantastic adventures that hold the reader on the edge of the seat from beginning to end.
Great for age range 9-12When a baby turns up at the circus, abandoned in the lionâ€™s cage on a wet autumn night in Smithfield, it marks the beginning of a gripping, historical adventure. Danielâ€™s never known anything but his life in the circus, travelling the road. Itâ€™s a life he loves; no two days the same always an adventure waiting to happen. But then something changes in him and he begins to ask questions about where heâ€™s come from â€“ and why he was abandoned. It marks the beginning of a roller-coaster ride of secret assignations, mistaken identity and kidnapping all revealing the dark side of London life. A page turning drama is propelled by convincing and likable characters.
A breathless teen thriller set in the Tokyo underworld. The chief protagonist in this all-action adventure set over a short time-frame is a teenage boy searching the back-streets of Tokyo for his missing sister. Graham Marksâ novels are a terrific blend of mostly urban contemporary life and sometimes a mix of magical realism. Heaven knows where he gets his ideas from but the important thing is that all his novels are fantastic adventures that hold the reader on the edge of the seat from beginning to end.