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London native C.C. Adams credits his oldest brother with showing him the world of dark fiction and horror through books, TV and film at an early age. As a result, this left him scared to watch any more horror ...and ironically left him with a strong appreciation for a good horror story.


On beating his first National Novel Writing Month challenge in 2009, C.C. decided to run with more of his ideas, now having written books such as But Worse Will Come, Forfeit Tissue, Misery And Other Lines, and Downwind, Alice.


A member of the Horror Writers Association, he still lives in the capital. This is where he lifts weights, practises kung fu, cooks - and looks for the perfect quote to set off the next dark delicacy.

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