Richard Whittle's tale woven between the past and the present was an unexpected treat.
About Richard Whittle
Richard Whittle has been a policeman, a police marksman and police motorcyclist, a diesel engine tester, professional engineering geologist and Chartered Engineer. He has worked in civil engineering, geothermal energy, nuclear and mining industries in seventeen countries in Europe, Africa and the Americas and is able to draw on a wealth of personal experiences. Well known in his field as a technical writer, he spent time as a book reviewer for technical journals and regularly contributed to professional publications. In 2002, writing as Alan Frost, he was shortlisted for the Crime Writers Association’s Debut Dagger Award. More recently, his self-published novel, Playpits Park, has been an Amazon success and The Man Who Played Trains, published by Urbane, a critical success. He currently lives in the Scottish Borders, not too far away from Edinburgh.