About Grey Cells Press

Grey Cells Press

We publish quality crime fiction and, through dedicated imprints, the best in genre fiction. Grey Cells Press invests time, energy, finance and expertise in the work we present.

Grey Cells Press is  a corporate member of the Crime Writers’ Association.

 About the Team

Robert Peett has  been published in journals in Australia and the UK and researched and wrote an Aviation History, overseeing all aspects of production and publication. He has edited both fiction and non-fiction, including dissertations and reports for business and local government, and even had a stint as a ghostwriter, organising all aspects of the publication.

Robert originally studied Philosophy at University College London, with Post-Graduate work at the London School of Economics. Taught at various levels in a variety of subjects, and is currently mentoring at PhD and BA level, including for Literature and Creative Writing. For many years he worked  in the art world, buying and selling works on paper to private collectors and public collections including the Tate and the Hunterian.


B.Lloyd studied painting and sculpture at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Venezia, and since then has collaborated with small presses and indie authors in both illustration and book cover design. At present combining writing and illustration with editing at Holland House Books and its imprints.


More about her here


Ken Dawson studied Art & Graphic Design at college, followed by a degree  in Animation at the University of Central Lancashire. He has worked as a graphic designer for the last ten years and collaborates on various projects with Holland House Books and its imprints.

Portfolio:  Creative Covers


Carrie Koepke
Carrie Koepke is a graduate of the University of Missouri with a degree in English, focusing on creative writing, and a minor in Biology.  She spent several years managing an independent bookstore in her hometown.  A mother of two, Carrie spends her free time working on her own novels.

More about her here: Characters in Progress