IndieMuse recently caught up with author Richard Wall to ask him a few questions. His latest novel, just released today (October 29, 2020), is called Near Death and has received an overwhelming recommendation from IndieMuse’s curation staff. IndieMuse: Out of all the stories you could have written, why was Near Death the one you committed […]
Born in England in 1962, Richard Wall grew up in a small market town in rural Herefordshire before joining the Royal Navy. After 22 years in the submarine service and having travelled extensively, Richard now lives and writes in rural Worcestershire.
A self-confessed Delta Blues music anorak, Richard embarked on a pilgrimage to the USA to visit the Deep South, where a bizarre encounter in Clarksdale, Mississippi inspired him to write his début novel, Fat Man Blues.
Richard’s second novel, Near Death, was just released by Burning Chair.