S. I. Martin was born in Bedford and has worked as a journalist for The Voice and Bulletin. He is the author of a novel, Incomparable World (1996), which tells the story of three black exiles living in 18th-century London; and a non-fiction title, Britain's Slave Trade (1999), published to accompany a television series screened on Channel 4. He lives in South London where he works as a researcher and writer of Black history.
One of the books in his Jupiter series has an HNF background.
|Series: Jupiter series|
|Jupiter Amidships||Jupiter and Patrick, about to embark on a merchant ship, are set upon by a vicious Navy pressgang.|