Bio: Lee Mather was born in Stockport, UK, and attended Offerton High School, and then Aquinas College. After attaining five A levels, he read Business Studies at Sheffield University, graduating in 1999.
Lee currently lives in Stockport with his fiancée Jennifer Williams, a nurse on the local A&E department, and at the time of writing the couple have been together for eight years.
Away from writing, Lee has an interest in most sports. He is a 4th Dan Black Belt in Shotokan karate, and in his spare time he teaches a karate class for children.
Stories have always fascinated Lee. He isn't sure whether he writes to escape from the day-to-day grind, or whether it is simply a release for some of his deep-rooted creative frustrations. Either way, he hopes you enjoy reading his work?
Find out more at www.leemather.org.uk.
Peter never believed in life after death. Then the plane crash changed everything. Peter never believed in the Green Man. He told himself the story was just his mother's way of making sense of tragedy. An educated man with little faith in anything, Peter had no patience for supposed premonitions. That day--the day of the flight--was different. With his mother's latest warning ringing in his ears, the plane began to falter. Peter's world was about to change. Excerpt: Strangely, as I think back... more info>>