British author, Luke McCallin, has been writing for several years, with a whole collection of novels under his belt. Largely known for writing books inspired by his time spent as a peacekeeper, he is a writer of fiction that feels extremely realistic. Creating espionage novels, he also has a gift for suspense and tension fueled narratives that are carried along by enigmatic and engaging characters.
Early and Personal Life
Born in the United Kingdom in Oxford in 1972, the author to be Luke McCallin grew up in Africa where he spent his formative years. Harboring a strong passion for both reading and writing from an early age, he worked on harnessing his skills and voice as a writer. Putting a lot of his experiences into his work he would manage to get an insight into his craft, giving him a clearer, more articulate voice in the years to come.
Educated around the world whilst growing up, McCallin saw and experienced a lot during his early years. This would allow him to build upon his material, something which he would also continue throughout his education as well. Graduating with master’s degree in political science he also has a strong interest in world affairs, something which has also greatly informed his work.
Books in order of publication:
Gregor Reinhardt Books
|The Man from Berlin||(2013)|
|The Pale House||(2014)|
|The Divided City / The Ashes of Berlin||(2016)|
|From a Dark Horizon||(2021)|
|Sea Hawke (2022)|