Best Selling Waterstones Author Fred Hurr has returned to Witham after nearly ten years. Fred has been living in Conwy, North Wales and it was here that he found the inspiration for his supernatural thriller ‘Light of The Wicked’ which is the first in The Light Trilogy.  Waterstones quickly realised the potential for Light of the Wicked to be a huge success and several book signings in stores in North Wales and the North West, including Llandudno, Liverpool one, Chester and Warrington saw Fred breaking records to become best selling local author and out selling the national best selling book in store on the day. Fred now plans to carry on in Essex and London and has already had very successful book signings in Ilford and Chelmsford.

Light of The Wicked has received excellent reviews from all over the world and is appealing to readers from a range of genres. It appeals to those who enjoyed Dan Brown’s ‘Angels and Demons’ or Philip Pullman’s ‘Dark Materials Trilogy’ or Frank Peretti’s ‘Piercing the Darkness’ and ‘This Present Darkness’ The book is available on Amazon and many other online book sites and is selling successfully on four continents across the world.
The second book in the Trilogy ‘Light of the Holy’ is well under way and promises to be better than the first.
Fred Hurr is a bible scholar, philosopher, art historian and leading health and safety consultant and civil engineer in the UK, with several prestigious construction projects in his portfolio. He is passionate about everything he does. Light of the Wicked is his first book although he has been writing since he was a teenager.  Major literary influences in his life include:- George Orwell, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Earnest Hemmingway, Philip Larkin, C.S.Lewis, J.R.R.Tolkien, Frank Peretti, Ted Dekker and more recently, Stieg Larrson, Henning Mankell.

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