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By Haddenham Webteam - 21st May 2018 3:44pm
Haddenham resident and author, David Impey, published his first novel in March this year.
Before turning to writing, David had a fascinating career, originally graduating in Chemistry and, afterwards, working in high-tech industry in marketing and communications; in addition, he did a few spells working in advertising.
His novel is entitled 'The October Men':
Otto Parsons, a brilliant Oxford physicist, is missing. His early experiments on zero gravity machines have produced unimaginable results. His professor, Dan Sibley, has to secure funding for their work or close the project down.
David will be giving a live interview on Red Kite Radio this Wednesday (23rd May), talking to Howard Bond from 3.15pm.
Tune in on 107.2FM
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