Anthony Addison was exported from New Zealand at the end of the Second World War. His parents settled in Britain, and he was brought up entirely in this country.
He worked in the health service, ending up as a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon. In retirement, he has been able to rekindle his love for art and writing.
The Life and Times of Cornelius Corpuscle
The Life and Times of Cornelius Corpuscle takes you on a journey through the bustling arteries of the human body, home to a staggering 20 to 30 trillion red blood cells. Among these crimson travellers, diligently delivering life-sustaining oxygen, is our microscopic hero, Cornelius. Unexpectedly, C...