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Gerald Wixey

About The Author

Life's good, married to Gwen for over forty-five years, three bright, noisy children, even noisier grandchildren and a Rottweiler called Mavis. Apart from a whistle blowing incident at work, that got me on to the front page of a national newspaper, I have had a dullish working life as a mechanical engineer. Someone said that Engineering was a vocation for those that found Accountancy too exciting! But now I write and I'm neurotically obsessed about my craft. I'm fascinated by the politics of relationships, anything from the dynamics of children running wild in the playground, to the more deceitful aspects of adult liaisons. Mostly writing edgy mystery, psychological dramas, A Boneless Kiss is a tale of betrayal that explores the more perfidious aspects of adult behaviour. It’s dark, sexy, tragic and suspenseful, perfect reading for night owls.

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Short Stories by the Author

A Public Bar and a Spitfire

A Public Bar and a Spitfire

The irony was lost on me at the time, but the public bar of a dingy boozer became a young boy’s safe haven. A secure anchorage and best of all, close to my harbourmaster. Alongside my old man and chance to marvel at him in action, what could be better?

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Books by the Author

A Boneless Kiss
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