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By: Alan Potter

Love In Cornwall

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It was purported that Christopher Hitchens, a journalist, first used the phrase that ‘everyone has a book in them’. If that is the case, then this is mine. Whether it is good or bad is for others to judge. This book was written during the first UK lockdown in 2020 as a means of keeping the brain active. It quickly led on to a second book, not yet published and prompted a third, not yet completed. It is not a police procedural nor is it autobiographical but stems purely from the author’s imagination. The book reflects the author’s love of Cornwall and is set almost exclusively in that county. It also encompasses the love of a newly-found sister and the love for and of a newly-found lover. The theory of Karma suggests that what happens to a person happens because they caused it with their own actions. That sums up the climax of the book. 

The author is retired and lives with his wife, Sandra, in Somerset. He spent all his working life with the police as a cadet, constable, and a communications operator. He has two grown-up sons. His main hobby, outside writing, is family history research. He has written many poems, self-published two anthologies and had poems and articles published in various magazines and newspapers.

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