C. C. Humphreys
Chris (C.C.) Humphreys is an actor, playwright, fight choreographer and novelist. Major roles have included Hamlet, Jack Absolute and the original voice of Salem the Cat in ‘Sabrina, the Teenage Witch’.
He has written eight historical fiction novels: ‘The French Executioner’, runner up for the CWA Steel Dagger for Thrillers 2002; and its sequel, ‘Blood Ties’, a bestseller in Canada; ‘Jack Absolute’, ‘The Blooding of Jack Absolute’ and ‘Absolute Honour’- short listed for the 2007 Evergreen Prize by the Ontario Library Association. His latest are: ‘Vlad – The Last Confession’, the epic novel of the real Dracula. (Sourcebooks May 2011); and the recently published, ‘A Place Called Armageddon’ (Hachette June 2011), published in the US by Sourcebooks in September 2012. He has just finished his new novel about William Shakespeare’s fight choreographer, ‘Shakespeare’s Rebel’
He also writes for young adults: a trilogy called ‘The Runestone Saga’ consisting of, ‘The Fetch’, ‘Vendetta’, and ‘
@cyrious_writer You obviously haven't read the book!
@Writer_DG A bunch of white roses are laid on Anne Boleyn's grave in the Tower every May 19th by persons unknown. Me?
Today in 1536 Anne Boleyn was executed by the French Executioner. Should I feel guilty using it for my first novel? http://t.co/Xrs3V3lJNB
@ParmenionBooks Thanks! Hoping Jack Absolute thrives this time too!
From my website
Since JACK ABSOLUTE relauched in the States last week, he has been bothering my mind. To the extent that I left my desk and the Great Plague and I searched my bookshelves for the script I used when I played … Continue reading →
A friend arrived for the weekend. ‘Look what I saw on the ferry,’ he said. And showed me this photo: I don’t really mind that it’s out three weeks before its meant to be. I mean, look at the positioning. … Continue reading →