Simon Booker is a novelist and screenwriter. His TV work includes The Inspector Lynley Mysteries, The Mrs Bradley Mysteries and Holby City (all BBC1); several psychological thrillers for ITV; and romantic comedies for US TV, including Perfect Strangers starring Rob Lowe and Anna Friel. Simon’s crime novels Without Trace and Kill Me Twice are published by Bonnier Zaffre. A third crime novel Animal Instinct is an Audible Original drama. His latest novel is Three’s A Crowd, a romantic comedy published by Simon & Schuster.
Simon has also worked as a journalist, his articles appearing in The Guardian and The Observer, and has written many plays for BBC Radio 4. He spent a year as Writer-in-Residence at HMP Grendon, has taught creative writing on the Greek island of Skyros, and is a Fellow of the Royal Literary Fund where he mentored emerging writers through the RLF’s affiliation with The British Library. He enjoys spoiling his cat, Minou, and walking his dog, Milo, a rescue from Romania.