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His first novel, T-Shirt and Genes, was published by Arrow Books, an imprint of Random House, in 2001. A romantic comedy addressing the perils of applying evolutionary psychology to modern relationships, it was praised by Tony Parsons as being “the funniest debut novel since The Rachel Papers”. T-Shirt and Genes was followed by Gagged (a thriller with jokes) in 2004, also published by Arrow Books.
As well as writing, Asplin has performed as a stand-up comedian and worked in marketing. He is married and lives in London.
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