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Tony Parsons

Tony Parsons' journalism career started at the New Musical Express in 1976, where he stayed for three years covering musicians such as The Clash, Blondie and The Sex Pistols. After a brief stint at the Daily Telegraph, Tony was poached by the Daily Mirror when Piers Morgan took over as editor and continues to write a weekly news column paper today.

Tony is the author of Man and Boy, winner of the Book of the Year Prize. His subsequent novels — One For My BabyMan and WifeThe Family WayStories We Could Tell and My Favourite Wife — were all bestsellers. In 2010 Tony published Men from the Boys — the third part to the trilogy that began with Man and Boy.

The Murder Bag was the first in a bestselling new crime series featuring DC Max Wolfe, followed by The Slaughter Man and The Hanging Club.

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