Raymond Walker is the author of Eleven novels, many compendiums of short stories and two books of poetry.
He was born in 1962 and raised in Argyll before moving to Edinburgh to attend University.
His love of the countryside, forests, mountains and the relics of his native Scotland are reflected deeply in his writing. His tales echo the dark past and history, the unknown places and wonders of Scotland at the point where reality dips into fantasy until nothing is quite as it seems.
Never bound by genre his books range from Romances and Ghost Stories to Historical Fiction and Fantasy. He is the winner of several writing competitions and his books have received critical acclaim worldwide. He currently resides in Prestwick, Scotland and is working on two new novels; "The Sea shall give up it's dead" which is a dramatic, horror, novel and "When Night Reign's supreme" a collection of his best horror tales.