Aubrey Waddy writes for the fun of it, and because the word ‘pension’ is merely French for lodging. He lives in Little Chalfont, just outside London, England, and divides his time between consultancy in the medical device industry, writing and playing squash.
Aubrey’s writing history includes 45 unpublished children’s stories, written for his three sons, and another novel, The Progressive Supper, which was taken up by a small publisher in 2002, and which will be republished in June 2012 as Just Desserts. The book received little exposure in its first incarnation, but there is solid Biblical precedent for a second coming.
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Sex and Drugs and Squash'n'Roll
by Aubrey Waddy
A chance game of squash leads teen Jolyon Jacks to Manchester and the iron-hard coach, 'Sailor' McCann. Jolyon gives up school for squash, defying his domineering mother. She cuts him out of a vast trust fund. His grandfather says wait, we’ll change our mind, but only if you become world number one... by the age of twenty one. Jolyon faces desperate hurdles, many of his own making, in his quest.
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