Neil started life in Sussex in 1936 and lives in Exmoor with his wife and family.
Instinctively a designer and creator, he became a Civil Engineer. He loves knowledge and is assiduous in interrogating information and challenging comfortable norms.
This book, his first to be published and twenty years in the making, was not something he planned to do. But he felt compelled to share what he discovered.
The Man Without A Name
In picking up this book, you must have felt intrigued by the flavour of mystery. Mostly, it is so. Who killed Kennedy? Who was King Arthur? Did Diana die by accident? They are ready instances – all Anglo-Saxon compulsions, but other nations and cultures have theirs. The pages you have in your hand...