Harry Preece is a world-weary academic whose greatest pleasure is to explore the shelves of the world’s oldest record shop – Spillers Records in Cardiff.
Harry would never have believed, though, that one visit to the 125-year-old store would set into motion a terrifying adventure – a race against Russian oligarchs, North Korean agents, and a mysterious billionaire… all desperate to crack
The Phoenix Code.
Visit the shop’s website here
http://spillersrecords.com/ or follow them @spillersrecords
(They haven’t paid us anything for the plug, by the way; we just believe in giving credit where it’s due)
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The Davies Brothers
The Davies Brothers are Brett and Nicholas Davies, twin brothers who share a love of books, films, history and the Wales football team. They are the winners of the BAFTA Rocliffe New Writers Showcase (supported by the London Book Fair).
Brett lived in four different countries before settling in Japan, where he teaches English and Film Studies at a university in Tokyo. He also writes screenplays, as well as articles for a variety of publications on cinema, sports, and travel. He speaks English, Japanese and Welsh.
Nicholas is a freelance writer and PhD researcher based in Cardiff. He previously worked for the Arts Council of Wales focusing on theatre and drama. He now writes screenplays, stories, and articles for The Stage and a variety of football magazines. He speaks English, Welsh and very basic Spanish.
They are the authors of the novels The Phoenix Code and Hudson James and the Baker Street Legacy, and the series of mystery adventures, Sherlock Holmes: The Centurion Papers.
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