Harry spent most of his working life as an aircraft engineer in the UK’s Royal Air Force. Based in England, Scotland, Germany, and the island of Malta, he also travelled the world with the RAF.
Whilst in the Air Force Harry created and edited the RAF’s magazine for sports and adventurous activities, ‘RAF Active’. Harry’s articles, written from his experience of sports and adventurous activities, included: skiing, sailing, paragliding, scuba diving, and judo to name a few.
After his RAF career, Harry spent six years on voluntary service in West Bengal (anti-human trafficking work) and it was whilst in India that he made his first attempt at writing fiction. On return to the UK, he attended a creative writing course and was inspired to write his first novel – ‘The Glass’. This was soon followed by his novella, The Test, and his second novel, The Duty.
Harry’s third novel, The Key to Murder, was published in 2022 and his fourth book, The Last Walk, is due to be published in the autumn of 2023. His travels around the world have provided Harry with a vast source of knowledge and experiences for new books – yet to come – and he looks forward to sharing these.