Solomon Carter, author of thrillers and crime adventure
Solomon Carter

My name is Solomon Carter. I write action thrillers. I write about the locations and the types of people I know best. I grew up around crime and have worked closely with people leading criminal lifestyles.

I have been a writer since childhood. Much later I studied literature and creative writing as a postgraduate – but I always wanted to write accessible, entertaining and thrilling fiction. I really want to express the gritty, the amazing, and the shocking truth of people’s lives, all wrapped up in the deliciousness of fiction.

I like to write tough, uncompromising, thrilling entertainment.

About you

I want to build a long term relationship with my readers. I want to know what you want to read so I can write more of it.  I want to connect with readers in a two-way conversation, and the best way to start that is through subscribing to the Long Time Dying newsletter. Those who subscribe will receive an exclusive free Roberts Bradley story as a thank you. I look forward to connecting with you soon,

I have lived in Essex since birth, moving to London to study English Literature and indulge in all the sights and sounds of the big city. The adventure lasted four years before I returned to Southend to start a second hand book business as well as slave away at cracking the novel.
After serving hard time as a member of staff for the Department of Work and Pensions, I decided there had to be something more to life, and went back to study more literature in London. After receiving a postgrad in English, I went back to Southend to write books and change the world. To this day I live in Southend with writer wife and two children. The town described in my novels is very much like the town I live in, except with less masked avengers. Some times it feels like it needs one.

I  have always liked writing high octane, super charged, gritty, hot, sassy, wound up fiction which packs a punch.

From Solomon: please come over to my facebook page  – I would love to connect with you and hear some of your ideas for shaping the next books in the series.