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Biography

Andy is a writer based in Penryn. As Chair of the Falmouth Business Club, Andy is heavily involved in networking with other businesses locally.

Before becoming a writer, Andy was, at various stages, a shop manager, an IT systems developer and manager, a computer software salesman and a lecturer in electronic business.

His musical tastes are eclectic and wide-ranging. His crime novel is still famously ‘in progress’.

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