Andy is the author of 'Martin Dash' - see below for plot synopsis. His proper job is a solicitor in private practice and his immediate family commitments amount to just the one wife, two children, one dog, two guinea pigs, two fish, one rabbit and two ponies.
His recurring theme is the absurdity and futility of human endeavour (unless you're on double time) and his writing seeks to explore the strange motivations that drive the endlessly entertaining members of the species, homo sapiens.
This is Andy's first novel and it relates the intriguing tale of a young man who has a medical condition that means he is unable to feel the normal human emotions such as desire, hate, pleasure, and fear. This, combined with his extraordinarily striking looks, marks him out as a person of considerable mystery and one who becomes entangled with the enigma is his work colleague, Susan Sachs.
'The story follows her quest to uncover what lies behind the apparently blank facade, a journey that takes in high politics, criminal finance, London's neo-burlesque scene . . . and, ultimately, murder.