Norman Alexander Mounter is originally from Herne Bay in Kent. After attending the Geoffrey Chaucer School in Canterbury, he went on to study Medicine at the Victoria University of Manchester, qualifying as a doctor in 1995. He moved to the Isle of Wight with his family in 2011 to take up the post of Consultant Pathologist at Saint Mary's Hospital.
What prompted Geoffrey Chaucer to write The Canterbury Tales? And what became of him afterwards? Well, here you'll discover all the answers as the fourteenth century unfolds before your senses in vivid and uncompromising realism. Travel with the pilgrims and experience the delights and horrors of medieval life - from alchemists and innkeepers to gothic spires and leper houses.