After over twenty years commissioned service in the Army, which included eight years in the Far East, and a second career in education and training, Christopher Hatton-Wood retired in 2013 to concentrate on writing. When not working at his laptop, UK-based Chris devotes his time to remaining in contact with his grown-up children, each of whom lives in a different country, and to supporting charities helping those who live with the effects of epilepsy, breast cancer, mental health issues and military service. His other interests include travel, literature, painting, cookery and the pursuit of social justice. He lives in a former fishing village in East Anglia, England.
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Girl on the bridge at Stanton Drew
by Christopher Hatton-Wood
After a strange experience while recovering from a nervous breakdown, doctor, healer and caver Roger Thorne's life begins to unravel. Dark forces appear to threaten his very existence while wreaking havoc with the lives of those around him. The worlds of orthodox and complementary medicine collide with those of painting, poetry, publishing, the occult and sexual politics in 1970s London.
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