About Jack Lockwood

page10-1030-thumb Hello, my name is Jack Lockwood.  I am a BIA, a kind of criminal profiler who sometimes helps police on major inquiries.  I also write books about true crime.  My work takes me into some unexpected places, I meet some strange people and have a few adventures along the way.   I’ve written a couple of novels about what has happened to me, but in this blog I would like to share a few of the more interesting things that have happened in my life.

I live in the Gatehouse to a (now demolished) mansion, near to Canterbury, a beautiful historic cathedral city in Kent, England.  I converted the old building to a home myself, because in the past I learned various building trades, and still enjoy building and DIY, what Americans call remodelling houses.

I love mysteries, I love animals, and I always like to help people if I can.  Unfortunately I also run up against the occasional bad guy, but I have my own ways of dealing with them.

(By the way, the picture is of the Sun Inn, a beautiful old Inn in the centre of Canterbury itself, not far from the cathedral.)

Click on Jack Lockwood Diaries at top of page for my latest story, updated every week or so with a new story.

And Geoffrey West has written three novels about some big mysteries I was involved in.  One where I got involved in a thirty year old mystery connected with John Lennon’s death, Rock’n’Roll Suicide, and another where I fell in love with a girl who I thought might be a killer, Doppelganger.  The most recent one is Sheer Fear, where Jack’s brother gets involved in a cover-up of influential people involved in historic child abuse.  A book of short stories, taken from some of the posts which have been on this site, is being published right now


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