Stephen Booth is the author of 18 novels in the Cooper & Fry series, all set around England's Peak District, and a standalone novel DROWNED LIVES, published in August 2019.
The Cooper & Fry series has won awards on both sides of the Atlantic, and Detective Constable Cooper has been a finalist for the Sherlock Award for Best Detective created by a British author. The Crime Writers’ Association presented Stephen with the Dagger in the Library Award for “the author whose books have given readers most pleasure.”
The novels are sold all around the world, with translations in 16 languages. The most recent title is FALL DOWN DEAD.
A new Stephen Booth standalone novel with a historical theme, DROWNED LIVES, will be published in August 2019:
In recent years, Stephen has become a Library Champion in support of the UK’s ‘Love Libraries’ campaign. He's represented British literature at the Helsinki Book Fair in Finland, appeared with Alexander McCall Smith at the Melbourne Writers’ Festival in Australia, filmed a documentary for 20th Century Fox on the French detective Vidocq, taken part in online chats for World Book Day, taught crime writing courses, and visited prisons to talk to prisoners about writing.
He lives in Nottinghamshire.
Stephen Booth is the author of books: Black Dog (Ben Cooper & Diane Fry, #1), Dancing with the Virgins (Ben Cooper & Diane Fry, #2), Blood on the Tongue (Ben Cooper & Diane Fry, #3), Blind To The Bones (Ben Cooper & Diane Fry, #4), Scared to Live (Ben Cooper & Diane Fry, #7), Dying to Sin (Ben Cooper & Diane Fry, #8), One Last Breath (Ben Cooper & Diane Fry, #5), The Dead Place (Ben Cooper & Diane Fry, #6), The Kill Call (Ben Cooper & Diane Fry, #9), The Corpse Bridge (Ben Cooper & Diane Fry, #14)