The Enzo Files Series by Peter May
The Enzo Files
Peter May was born on December 20, in Glasgow, Scotland. Even from a young age, Peter wanted to be a novelist. He started out his writing career in journalism and won his first award, the Fraser Award, in when he was only 21 years old. Peter completed his first novel at the age of 26 titled The Reporter, which was later adapted to a British television series in called The Standard. They were married in and are currently residing in France. This murder mystery series takes place on the Isle of Lewis where life is unforgiving and the fear of God is apparent.
Peter May is a Scottish author of crime fiction, mystery and thriller novels, in addition to writing television and being a former journalist. Before he was able to achieve that goal, he became a journalist in order to pay the bills. He left journalism in in order to write television and created several TV shows for the BBC and for Scottish television. As a novelist, he writes the China Thrillers and Enzo Files series. Notes: Extraordinary People was also published as Dry Bones.
The Enzo Files Series.
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Trainee Car Salesman. Back to Top. May was co-creator and producer of the series which was shortlisted in the category of Best Drama Series at the Celtic Film Festival of
Enzo Macleod is a half-Scottish, half-Italian biologist who is teaching in the southwest part of France. He makes a bet that he can solve seven notorious French cold cases that are written about by a Parisian journalist named Roger Raffin. Each novel in the series covers one of the seven mysteries for Enzo to solve. Notes: Extraordinary People is also known as Dry Bones. The Critic is also known as A Vintage Corpse. Later, his body was found on a cross in a vineyard in southwest France.
Peter May born 20 December is a Scottish television screenwriter, novelist, and crime writer. The Blackhouse won the U. Peter May was born in Glasgow. From an early age he was intent on becoming a novelist, but took up a career as a journalist as a way to start earning a living by writing. He made his first serious attempt at writing a novel at the age of 19, which he sent to Collins where it was read by Philip Ziegler , who wrote him a very encouraging rejection letter. May was asked to adapt the book as a television series for the British television network the BBC , and left journalism in to begin to write full-time for television.