Jeremy Davies is a discriminate writer, indiscriminate scribbler and sometime-poet from Melbourne, Australia. His professional background is in the military and security fields, but he’s trying to forget all about that now, as are they. He and his wife live quietly, when at all possible, with three children (he is writing this bio while having to stop every twelve words to wind up a merry-go-round') and two cats. If he didn't have cats, he would have lied and said he did anyway. (Apparently, an author must claim some kind of cat ownership in their bio. It’s the law. Go look it up.) He has had short stories and articles published in print and e-print, and enjoys reading anything from Alexandre Solzhenitsyn to Terry Pratchett. His first novel with DDP, "Missing, Presumed Undead", leans more to the latter than the former, but might have at least given Ivan Denisovich a chuckle or two before the end came.