Adrian Lacamp is a retired Crime Intelligence Analyst who lives in south east Northumberland with his wife, and remants of his health and sanity.
His current hobbies include making firewood out failed DIY projects and pretending to be a semi competent photographer.
Apart from his fourteen years as a crime intelligence analyst for one of the countries foremost police forces, he spent twenty four years service in Her Majestys' Armed Forces (Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers), where he saw service in Germany (mostly) the UK, (some) and the Falklands Islands (after the 'Event').
He then became a self taught computer programmer, eventually tutoring on re-training courses in COBOL and Programme Design, to NVQ level 3, before joining the police as a civilian and eventually working as a crime intelligence analyst.
He has also worked with several software companies, consulting on both commercial and bespoke software, ranging from crime pattern analysis systems to a story mapping sub-system in an authoring system for writers. (his books books are written using WriteItNow 5, that same authoring tool).
He now spends a lot of his time being very busy, doing as little as possible... (if his wife lets him get away with it!)
Jonathan Antony Strickland
on Jan. 29, 2014 :
A very interesting and well written light hearted tale of one (million) man and his attempt to take over the universe.
A good comedy science fiction that will take you ten minutes to read but will stay with you for the rest of the day, bringing a smile to your face as you think back to poor old Jansen and his brilliant/harebrained scheme.
(review of free book)