J. W. B. Richmond
J.W.B. Richmond was born and brought up in Andalucia, Spain, a long way away from the Riverbank and the English Countryside so evocatively described by Kenneth Grahame in The Wind in the Willows, which was read to him as a bedtime story when he was a child.
As an adult living in London, England, he was inspired to write the continuing adventures of Toad of Toad Hall. His chief love is comedy and he has written for radio, stage and screen. This is his first novel which he hopes you enjoy reading as much as he enjoyed writing it.
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The Wind in Westminster
by J. W. B. Richmond
A gentle satire and contemporary homage to The Wind in the Willows in which Toad is elected as the Member of Parliament for Riverbank. Love, action, intrigue and adventure take Toad and his friends, both old and new, through the corridors of power and out onto the streets of London as they unravel an international conspiracy aimed at the heart of British Democracy and Civilisation.
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