Simon Lelic

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Simon Lelic
Born Simon Lelic
Brighton, England
Nationality British
Education University of Exeter
Period 2010 –
Genre fiction crime
Children 3

Simon Lelic is a British author who has written the books Rupture, The Facility and The Child Who.


Simon Lelic was born in Brighton in 1976 and returned there after living in London for over a decade with his wife, two sons and daughter. As well as writing novels Simon also owns an import/export company. Simon studied History at the University of Exeter and also took a post-graduate course in Journalism.[1]

Published works[edit]

  • Rupture (Picador, 2010)
  • The Facility (Mantle, 2011)
  • The Child Who (Mantle, 2012)


  1. ^ Simon, Lelic. "bio".