- Born: in The United Kingdom.
- Description: Andrew Holmes’s first novel, ‘Sleb’, was shortlisted for the WH Smith New Talent Award in the UK. This was followed by ‘All Fur Coat’, ’64 Clarke’, and ‘Rain Dogs And Love Cats’, all of which were critically well received, earning him comparisons with Martin Amis and Elmore Leonard, among others.
As A.E. Moorat, he wrote the horror-comedy mash-ups, ‘Queen Victoria, Demon Hunter’ and ‘Henry VIII, Wolfman’, while as Oliver Bowden he has written six books set in the Assassin's Creed video game universe: ‘Secret Crusade’, ‘Forsaken’, ‘Black Flag’, ‘Unity’, ‘Underworld’ and ‘Desert Oath’. He has also collaborated with James Patterson on the novella, ‘Hunted’, part of Patterson’s Bookshot series.
His most recent work is the survival-horror novel, ‘Bloody Kids’.