Graham Paskett began his career as a cub reporter on a weekly newspaper in Coventry and, after completing his training, worked on several newspaper titles in the UK before moving into public relations in the oil industry. He now runs a successful PR consultancy business, Paskett PR, specialising in gardening and retail.

His real passion is the countryside and he is very proud of his Scottish ancestry, spending a lot of time North of the Border salmon fishing. For almost 30 years he and his wife have driven past the signs to the small Perthshire village of Findo Gask en-route to the Speyside fishing. It was there he first met the Grants, owners of the Glenfarclas Distillery, and was introduced to their 17-year old malt whisky.

Graham started writing Findo’s Mousetrap on a trip to Australia in 2000 but it was in 2011 that he really focussed his full attention to completing the story, finally releasing the book on Kindle in 2012.

The idea of the Mousetrap did, as it says in the book, begin with a John Humphrey’s interview on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme. But Graham has always had a fascination with ghosts and claims to have seen “several”.

But he is very much a practical man with a love of field-sports and restoring an ancient house in which he lives with his wife in the English midlands and he makes it very clear that Findo Gask is not remotely based on him.

Findo's Mousetrap
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