The Crime Writers' Association

Robert Chandler

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Robert was born in Glasgow, but now finds himself living six miles south of Norwich after a career in IT security that took him to every inhabited continent.
Winner of several national short story competitions, Robert has also seen his short play performed by a local theatre, written a script for a ghost-themed dinner evening held at Norwich’s Guildhall, and developed a murder mystery game for Black Shuck Gin. He’s had a number of articles published in technology and music magazines. Robert has also self-published a supernatural murder-mystery, “A Conspiracy of Ravens”.
Writing as Iain Andrews, his non-fiction work, “Thomas Bilney, The Norwich Martyr”, is available through several online booksellers.
His first conventionally published novel, “Rosary Road”, will be published by Hobart Press. This is the first in a series featuring Kezia Lee, a young woman of Romany origin with paranormal powers and her sometimes-troubled relationship with David Ross, a detective inspector in Norfolk police.