Tony Berryman dreams in stories. Occasionally he’s fast enough to write a few of them down.
After getting his start in Nova Scotia he moved to the mountains and then the West Coast. He has worked as a taxi driver, museum guide, apple picker, snowplow driver and desk jockey. He spent 17 years as a Registered Massage Therapist, including 12 as a traveling therapist in Greater Vancouver.
Berryman has intended to write stories since middle school and is finally getting around to it with massage therapy thrillers. He was a finalist for the Young Canadian Writers Award in 1982. The Night Nurse is his first novel.