Originally from Devon, the author spent his early years from 1956 in Hong Kong and New Zealand, returning to the UK in 1969. He is married to Amanda and has three children, who are now all married with families of their own. Following an eventful career in the Metropolitan Police, he retired to Suffolk, where he continued to develop his career as an artist. In addition to painting, he has turned his hand to writing and used his imagination and skills as an artist to illustrate Molly, the Unicorn and the Hare. The book was inspired by a painting of a unicorn that he gave to his eldest granddaughter on her eighth birthday.
Molly, the Unicorn and the Hare
This lovely fantasy tale takes a young girl called Molly, who has just turned 10, on an exciting and sometimes scary journey into the Otherworld. Aided by an enchanted painting, an ancient and magical clock that is able to control time and a shapeshifting brown hare, Molly travels through space and ...