Profile: Sean Ivory

About This Author

Sean Ivory was born in Birmingham, England in January 1969; the second youngest in a family of four children to parents Maureen and James. After receiving a traditional Catholic education in the predominantly Irish neighbourhood in which he was raised, he attended college as a trainee Engineer, receiving his diploma in 1991 and subsequently pursuing an Engineering career. The biggest influence on his life – his father James who emigrated from Ireland in the 1950’s - ensured he remained close to his Gaelic roots, with annual family holidays to Dublin and Co. Wicklow, Ireland providing great memories and a sense of Celtic inheritance that he is extremely proud of and that remains with him to this day. His career has enabled him to travel the world, always making time to absorb the cultures and geography of the many diverse regions he has visited; giving rise to his fascination with religious etiquette and doctrine, spiritual beliefs and classical history. Sean lives in Birmingham with wife Anna, his three children: Michael (1991), Matthew (1994) and latterly Chloe (2009) and has a penchant for writing thrillers with a religious overtone. He currently works as an Aerospace Engineer and when not writing, devotes his time between his family, archery and his love of Warwickshire County Cricket Club.

This Author's Books

Old houses are dull. Fact. That’s the opinion of Tom Bradshaw, a boy whose life revolves around computer games and smart phones. So when Dad suggests a family visit to Moseley Old Hall, a historic house in the Staffordshire countryside, Tom prepares himse....
ISBN: 9781788765817
Published: 5 November 2018
A fascinating house in the Warwickshire countryside holds an intriguing secret. When Chloe and Tom Bradshaw visit Coughton Court with Mom and Dad for a day of fun, they have absolutely no idea of the adventure that awaits them. Meeting a strange, hooded f....
ISBN: 9781788765909
Published: 13 November 2018
The devastating news of the impending death of their only child shatters the otherwise idyllic lives of Amelia Jarvis and Noel Maher forever. ‘The Arms of Morpheus’ tells the desperate story of two parents as they fight to come to terms with – and battle ....
ISBN: 9781781762240
Published: 10 April 2012