British science fiction and fantasy author Andy Remic has sadly passed away at the age of 50 following a battle with cancer.
Born in Manchester, Remic made his debut with Spiral in 2003, the opening novel in the trilogy of the same name. His subsequent series include Combat K, The Clockwork Vampire Chronicles, Rage of Kings and A Song for No Man's Land. He also wrote the stand-alone books Serial Killers Incorporated, SIM, Theme Planet and Toxicity.
Remic was also a noted fan and enthusiast of the ZX Spectrum computer, and has taken part in multiple documentaries, podcasts and interviews about the format, as well as writing retro-games for the system. His other interests included sword fighting, mountain biking, climbing and Ducati motorcycles.
Andy Remic is survived by his wife and two children. He will be missed.