Moses Trod

A drama of contrasts where two generations intertwine through the life of one man, encountering music, wealth, women, artists, good times and bad as he struggles to come to terms with life and love, always meaning to leave the world a better place. Beneath this fast flowing story lies Moses, a tramp who wanders the streets and hills. 'It was the hills that made him...' More

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Words: 225,060
Language: English
ISBN: 9780957062115
About Stephen Morley

Stephen Morley lives and works in the South of England. He has published three novels in recent years, but has been writing and composing for over forty years.

Stephen says: “Music and the British countryside have always been strong influences in my life and I brought them together in my novel Moses Trod. I know all the areas described in my books and much of my work is inspired by the places I see in long walks across the British countryside. Particularly, I love the many paths that traverse the wild hills and valleys of north eastern England, the location for my latest novel, Cliffington.”

Stephen is also an enthusiastic musician and songwriter, with a love of folk instruments, especially guitars. He comments: “I believe that music crosses boundaries and joins people wherever they live and whatever their beliefs.”

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