Neil Spring is the bestselling author of The Ghost Hunters and The Watchers.
The Ghost Hunters received positive reviews from critics. The Sunday Times Culture Magazine described it as "serpentine and surprising in its plotting." The Daily Mail described it as a "deft, spooky psychological drama based on a true story." The Metro described the novel as "a substantial fictional sweetmeat with a kernel of truth.
The critically acclaimed one off film ITV film Harry Price: Ghost Hunter, starring Rafe Spall, was adapted from The Ghost Hunters.
The screen rights for The Watchers were acquired by DNA Films after an eight-way auction and the novel itself was shortlisted for the People’s Book Prize.
The Lost Village, is Spring’s third novel, and will publish in October 2017.
He was educated at the University of Oxford, where he read Philosophy, Politics and Economics. He is Welsh and lives in central London.
For fans of deliciously dark novels, I have exciting news! Reported in The Bookseller magazine, thanks to Quercus... https://t.co/RCZNdLy1Ii
"I know what I saw" https://t.co/94GkJ58PZu
RT @jimbomcleod: News of a new two book deal for Neil @NeilSpring https://t.co/RqXtfg7S3B https://t.co/bDKNL1TCgb