Hello, Tom Henry is my pen name. I am a semi-retired engineer now living in the beautiful mountains of southern Spain with my wife and three dogs. I was born in 1952 and educated at a Technical School in Southern England, then a College of Technology where I studied engineering. I have had various jobs associated with engineering, accountancy and working with the public, leading to a career as Senior Business Manager with a financial service company on the Isle of Man. Work fortunately provided me with the opportunity to travel widely. My first novel "When" was about race riots in London but the publishers at that time considered it too hot to handle, that was four years before Police Constable Keith Blakelock was viciously murdered during a race riot in Tottenham, North London. "When" was not published, so I gave up writing for many years until the idea for "The Catalytic Program" came into my head. Encouraged on by my wife I started writing again and finally completed the work.
Interests: Living in Spain, reforming my property, enjoying life to the full.