The Next Eight Days

From the streets of Northern Ireland to Afghanistan Eddie Stovis was a career soldier.
Now wounded out of military service and living on board his barge, and enjoying the anonymity of London’s canals. His best friend is almost beaten to death Eddie is now on a collision course with the CIA, an Afghan warlord, and a Glaswegian drug dealer, seeking justice and delivering violent retribution. More

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About Stephen Bishop

Steven Bishop was born in the West Midlands in 1956 and joined the army in 1974 at the age of 17. He saw service in Northern Ireland during the 1970’s Germany and the United States. Since leaving the Army, he has worked in South America for a major financial institution the TV and the music industry, with extensive experience of volatile European environments.

He left the security industry in 2002 for a slower pace of life and trained as a behavioural therapist. Since qualifying, he has worked with former service personnel who experience difficulties adjusting from military life, and combat associated trauma into civilian life.
The Next Eight Days is his debut novel satisfying a long held desire to write.
He calls upon his own military experience, and working life, blending it with some of the characters and personalities he encountered during the five years spent living on his own narrowboat ‘Sequoia’ on London’s Grand Union Canal.
He now lives and works in Bristol.

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