Roy McLarty left school at fifteen and was glad to, worked on farms and in shops, sang in a band, married and had two children. Returned to education in his thirties, became a University Lecturer and made frequent appearances on TV and radio.
In 1980 he moved to Norfolk where he taught and directed thousands of students, found time to write papers and sit on several Boards where he saw a lot of the City.
Roy likes cycling, meeting people, and finds something new every day in life.
Dr McLarty, PhD, MBA, MA, was awarded an Emeritus Professorship in 2005. He is also a visiting Professor at various international universities.
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The Reluctant Plotter
Again, Roy McLarty has come up with a winner that's hard to put down. This time his protagonist is caught between a ruthless, but brilliant psychopath, and a group of upper crust plotters who may, or may not, know what they're doing. The characters have flesh and blood, the settings are fascinating and the plot is utterly convincing. As is his wont, Professor McLarty doesn't give us a dull moment.
Snake in the City
Robbing his bent boss as a young executive Ron Miles, an investment manager in the city, felt he'd had too much good luck already. Stepping carefully from one false pretence to another Ron settles for a quiet life, working his way up Howardson's Bank as an investment adviser and playing the organ at his local church.
Yet Ron was not the first person to steal his old boss's ill-gotten fortune.
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