Born in Northern Ireland during The Troubles, Oliver Sands maintained his relative sanity by escaping into the works of fiction his parents kept in their modest bookcase. It was there he discovered his love of character and story.
He left the North with an engineering masters and a dark sense of humour, and spent some years in Galway, Dublin and London, before totally ignoring his aversion to heat and Vegemite by settling in Sydney. He returns to Ireland when he can and would like to grow old by the Atlantic.
Oliver's debut novel, 'Breeda Looney Steps Forth', was highly praised by PUBLISHER'S WEEKLY: "his lyrical prose consistently impresses. Tense and affecting, this is a worthy page-turner."
Oliver's second book, 'The Stranger's Bed', released in September 2023, is a gripping suspense about grief, guilt and the risks one woman will take to uncover the truth about her missing friend.
To learn more about his upcoming books and to say hello please visit OliverSandsAuthor.com