Ron Ellis started life as a librarian, became an agent and DJ during the Merseybeat days in Liverpool, ending up as Promotions Manager at Warner Bros. Records and hitting the New Wave charts in 1979 (as Neville Wanker & The Punters). In the 80s, he was a salesman, music journalist, landlord and teashop proprietor and the Sun voted him the man with the most jobs in Britain (11). He is currently the football correspondent for the Southport Champion, lectures for Liverpool University on the History of Pop Music, runs a property company in London's Docklands and does the odd bit of acting, photography, public speaking, broadcasting and DJ-ing inbetween writing crime novels.
Ron lives on Merseyside with his wife, Sue. Their two daughters have moved to Canary Wharf.
Ron's website is www.ronellis.co.uk
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