I was born in Nainital in 1937 and came to the UK in 1948. I am now retired, but was an electrical engineer, travelling widely including to India. I am the author of two engineering books and three novels, one of which "Blind to Danger" is set in Central India.
I am an active Rotarian and involved with fund-raising for the RNLI. I am a member of the London Network of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET). I have also been put forward as a Fellow of Kingston University.
Retired - was an electrical engineer specialising in the control and instrumentation systems of large utility plants such as power stations.
Never give up with a sigh and a frown, but paddle your own canoe.
Fantasia, The Wages of Fear, 2001, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.
All classical music. My favourie varies with time!
Jock of the Bushveld, Shantaram, Lord of the Rings