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RELEASED JUNE 2006 BY UKA PressEdit



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ERASMUS HOBART AND THE GOLDEN ARROWEdit

About the Author - Andrew FishEdit

ANDREW FISH

What happens when a Nottinghamshire schoolteacher travels back in time to seek out the truth behind the Robin Hood legend, and finds that things are rather different to what they seem?

ISBN:1-905796-01-3

978-1-905796-01-4

Andrew Fish was born in Chatham, Kent in 1972. After graduating Glasgow University in 1995, he spent several years as a software engineer in the Home Counties, before quitting regular employment and moving to Nottingham in order to concentrate his energies on his own projects Although it wasn’t planned that way, the time liberated by no longer having to commute also led to the rekindling of Andrew’s long-held passion for writing; the first fruit of this was a political satire called Others, briefly released as an e-book before the publishers collapsed (possibly out of shame). Finally, in 2004, the novel Robin Who was accepted by UKA Press. Retitled as Erasmus Hobart and the Golden Arrow it is available now. Since writing Erasmus, Andrew and his wife have moved into the heart of Robin Hood country to be closer to the wildlife for which they both share a passion. The greenfinches in their garden have established new records for the consumption of black sunflower seeds, which may divert Andrew temporarily as he conducts a scientific investigation into how a bird can eat twice its bodyweight and still manage to fly. The distraction will not, however, prevent him from continuing to produce novels. They just might feature more fat greenfinches.

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Price: £9.99

196 pages

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