Clifford Thurlow is a Sunday Times best-selling ghostwriter who has turned his pen to novels, short stories, travel and film scripts.
He has written articles for The Sunday Telegraph, The Times, The Observer, and has been praised in reviews in many national newspapers and magazines in the UK and the United States.
Clifford divides his time between London and Cadaqués, Spain, where he has matching desks and lays out his pencils and notebooks in exactly the same way. Writing demands its rituals. He lives with the travel writer Iris Gioia and has two sons.
He has published two novels Cocaine Confidence and The Firestarter; an anthology of edgy short stories Cool, Sexy & Dead, the travelogue Brief Spring, written with Iris Gioia, and Making Short Films (Bloomsbury 2014) - 'The definitive must have for any filmmaker contemplating making and marketing a short film,' Elliot Grove, head of the Raindance Film Festival.