Tony Judge is a freelance writer from Worcestershire, England. He writes novels, short stories, satire and poetry. His first novel, Sirocco Express, describes the experiences of a young Nigerian student at the hands of people smugglers while travelling from Lagos to London, and has received many excellent reviews. In his second novel, The Whole Rotten Edifice, a historical fiction set during the desperate defence of Moscow in 1941/2, a father and daughter fight for the Red Army: he as a general, she as a sniper. Many of Tony’s satires have been broadcast by www.radiowildfire.com. He is the author of several non-fiction books, published by BWCS and ARCchart, and is a member of the UK Society of Authors.