Henry Sutton

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Henry Sutton was born on 8 September, 1963. Discover Henry Sutton’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 57 years old?

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Age57 years old
Zodiac SignVirgo
Born8 September 1963
Birthday8 September

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His latest work, Time to Win, will be released on 27 April 2017 and is written under the pseudonym Harry Brett. It is the first of a noir series set in Norfolk, and is published by Little, Brown Book Group.


Sutton’s eighth novel, My Criminal World (2013), is a meta-fictional story about struggling crime writer, David Slavitt. It has been hailed by fellow writers in the genre including Ian Rankin and Mark Billingham.


His next book, First Frost (2011) was a collaborative effort with James Gurbutt. They co-authored the novel, which is set in Denton, Greater Manchester, in 1981, and illuminates Detective Sergeant Jack Frost’s backstory. Actor David Jason, who played Jack Frost (detective) in A Touch of Frost, “not only a gripping mystery, but an exclusive look at Jack Frost’s early years.”

His eighth novel, Get Me Out of Here (2011), was a work of crime fiction. The title is a play on the name for the reality television show I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! At the centre of the story is paranoid ex-City worker Matt Freeman, a frustrated, unreliable narrator, prone to violent outbursts and ranting.


In 2009, he was writer-in-residence at the University’s British Centre of Literary Translation.


By 2008, Sutton was appointed as an Associate Creative Writing Tutor at the UEA, and in 2011, he was made a Senior Lecturer. He is also the director of the new Creative Writing MA Crime Fiction at UEA, and the founder of the Noirwich Crime Writing Festival.


Sutton’s protagonist in Kids’ Stuff (2005), his fifth book, is Mark – a practical man who is reunited with a long lost daughter, and is set in Norwich.


Flying (2001) focuses on seven characters crewing an airliner on a long-haul return flight between London and New York, and the repercussions of a wild crew party in the down route hotel. Writing in The Guardian, he said he decided to set the novel on a plane, “thinking that an object capable of inspiring such powerful feelings in me would provide great source material”.


The Househunter (1999) was described as “gloriously original” and “unashamedly honest” by British author and critic Julie Myerson.


His second novel, Bank Holiday Monday (1997) was also set in Norfolk, in a rented windmill on the coast where five adults and a child gather to spend the long weekend. The Guardian has said the tale “should be required reading for any middle-class couples considering renting a holiday home in Norfolk this summer”.


Sutton’s first published work was Gorleston (1995), a novel about pensioner Percy Lanchester, a pensioner, struggling to come to terms with the death of his wife. Percy’s life is turned upside down when he meets a notorious widow named Queenie. The Independent said this debut “pulls off the stunning feat of humanizing an out-of-season seaside resort”.


In 1983, Sutton began a career in journalism with Eastern Counties Newspapers as a feature writer and reporter. In 1987, he joined Haymarket Publishing as desk editor, and by 1991 he was working at The European where he performed a number of roles: travel editor, deputy arts editor, feature writer. He has served as Books Editor at the Daily Mirror, and as Literary Editor at Esquire magazine UK.


Henry Edward Sutton (born 8 September 1963) is an award-winning crime novelist. The author of nine works of fiction including My Criminal World (2013) and Get Me Out of Here (2011), he teaches Creative Writing at the University of East Anglia, where he is a Senior Lecturer and the co-director of the Master of Arts in Prose Fiction UEA Creative Writing Course. In 2004, he won the J.B.Priestley Award.