Kevin Threlfall was born in Wolverhampton and educated at Denstone College near Uttoxeter. He was co-founder of Lo-Cost Discount Stores and founder of T&S Stores PLC, an operator of a countrywide chain of convenience stores.
After selling out to Tesco in 2003, he became a director of Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club.
His interests include playing golf and watching most sports, travel and writing.
In 2014, he published his autobiography entitled: One Stop One Life.
The brutal murder of a young married woman during an annual cricket match in the sleepy countryside village of Bundary near Bristol forms the backdrop to a novel of illicit affairs, an escort agency and the attempted break-up of an international drug smuggling ring based in the Balkans and operating...