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In SatNav We Trust
Available now from online book sellers

  • ISBN Kindle: 978-1-8382896-0-7
  • ISBN paperback: 978-1-5272603-0-6

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I write fiction and non-fiction inspired by pop philosophy, science and magick. My blog includes extracts from my upcoming books and previous works, plus occasional book reviews and sporadic outbursts on matters political, comical or just the downright infuriating. My latest project is In SatNav We Trust – a search for meaning through the Historic Counties of England, a travelogue about a six-week tour of the 39 Historic Counties of England while trying to unravel life’s big questions.

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