The author has lived in East Anglia for over 30 years and had a career in banking, including Head Office finance function.
He is married, and has two sons and two grandchildren.
He says writing and research has provided a rich vein of human contact with a generous spirit shown by all to talk and to share.
Other than writing, his interests include gardening, family history, walking, watching sport, code-breakers of Bletchley Park, economics, music, art and reading--favourite topics: real-life exploits (especially at sea), war stories (particularly POW escapes) and amusing fiction.
But, he says, family always comes first.
Bill Tutte Codebreaker
BILL TUTTE CODEBREAKER
'THE GREATEST INTELLECTUAL FEAT OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR.'
… a testimonial to Bill Tutte and his codebreaking discovery in 1942 at Bletchley Park.
Bill Tutte was a young, gauche PhD student, yet his remarkable breakthrough and continuing endeavour against a German ciphe...