CASINO DE FRANCE: “A wonderful exciting read. The perfect antidote for a wet Sunday afternoon.” J. Robertson
CASINO QADDAFI: “Relentless pacing . . . Like 007 with a CPA card.” Kirkus Reviews
CASINO CARIBBEAN: “Exciting read . . . Hard to put down.” Midwest Book Review
CASINO EXCELSIOR: “Great plot twists . . . Like a game of chess.” Kirsten Gilbert Krenicky
Graham Tempest is an accountant and novelist based in Florida.
After a seesaw education at numerous schools he squeaked into Cambridge by the skin of his teeth and spent his student days writing for the university newspaper and boating on the Cam. He was co-owner of a dark green punt, the George F. Babbitt.
He graduated as an engineer, switched to accounting and worked for an investment bank in London. He later practised as a CPA in Santa Monica, California. He now divides his time between Florida and Oxfordshire, playing hit-and-miss golf on both sides of the Atlantic.
Steele, the main character in the CASINO novels, is an accountant with a shady past and Tempest admits to some resemblance.
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