Laurie Rogers had a career in advertising, including setting up an Agency in London which he ran for a number of years. In addition to his copywriting at the Agency, he was the publisher of Woman Abroad, a monthly magazine for expat wives.
His first published novel was 'Outdriven' telling the story of a recently-widowed woman striving to build a new life and save her 100 year-old- golf club from disaster.
He is currently working on a new book provisionally entitled 'Where the grass grows greener' and dealing with the differences in rural and urban British life experienced by a young MP who quits the City to become an MP in Lincolnshire. Loving husband Andrew did not expect to find himself falling for a young Spanish vet or being embroiled in a sinister cover-up following a gene-editing experiment undertaken by a company in his constituency.
Laurie lives in Surrey with his wife Sue. He has two sons and four grandchildren.