Kevin Bradley lives in England, and has travelled all over the world. He tries to bring many of his own personal observations and adventures into his novels.
The author spent all of his teenage years either at boarding school or living on military bases. The frequently exciting, and often cruel experiences from this period are clearly reflected in his writing.
Before turning to writing, Kevin had a successful business career and, as well as an Honours Degree in Social Economics, he also holds an MBA from the Edinburgh Business School.
When not writing he enjoys mountain biking and road running.
Boarding school has always been seen as an opportunity to get a good education, and to learn a bit about the realities of life.... But just what does that mean?
Unfortunately in the past and possibly even still today, that has meant children having to endure a certain amount of bullying and brutality, from fellow students and also from the teaching staff!
Laura was a child, a six year old, little girl. She had no idea why she’d been taken from her mummy, or where she was going.
Her new friend was nice enough, but Laura really missed her home.
Luckily, she was too young to realise exactly what was about to happen to her.
Her mother was distraught. Being told that you will never see your daughter again is unimaginable.