Chris Grayling saw his GP at his wife’s insistence. He had a polyp in his bowel. The surgeons removed it safely. He says, I owe them my life.
Author: Chris Grayling
Chris grew up in Devon a long time ago. He went to the University of Liverpool where he stayed until the grants ran out. He became a maths teacher, starting on the Wirral and ending up in Tunbridge Wells. He threw in the towel in 2007 when the idiocies of senior management began to affect his blood pressure. Since then he has written the Kent based Neil Mackenzie series which maps his transition from rebellious maths teacher to private detective. A fifth book is out this year.
Lilian and the Italians begins as the 1960’s story of a recently widowed Englishwoman’s quest to find her son, Andrew, last seen in Venice
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