DOMINIC RANGER is the pseudonym of Christopher Lillicrap, a former teacher, prolific writer and composer, who is best known as a children's TV presenter in the 70s and 80s. His own shows, We'll Tell You a Story and Flicks, ran on Thames TV for over ten years. He also presented Playboard for the BBC and appeared in several episodes of Rainbow.He is still involved in writing for children and his educational series Numbertime gained the Royal Television Societyaward for Best Educational Programme. Christopher has also worked with numerous police forces over the last twenty five years as a Media Consultant  and been an adviser on several high-profile cases, including the Millie Dowler murder in Surrey. It is his work with the police which inspired MIDAS, his debut novel. 

Chris also Produced Pantomimes very successfully for nearly thirty years and hung up his 'Dame Boobs' a mere three years ago.

He is a life long supporter of Plymouth Argyle and lives with his actress wife Jeanette Ranger, for much of the year on the Greek island of Symi..