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Ken Lussey

Ken Lussey spent his first 17 years following his family around the world; his father was a Royal Air Force navigator. This was a process involving seven schools and a dozen different postal addresses. He went to Hull University in 1975, where he spent much of his time hitch-hiking around Great Britain, met his wife Maureen and did just enough actual work to gain a reasonable degree in philosophy, that most useful of subjects! Before getting a 'proper job', he researched and wrote 'A Hitch-Hiker's Guide to Great Britain', which was published by Penguin Books in 1983. He spent the next couple of decades as a civil servant, during which time he fulfilled the long-held ambition of moving to Scotland. In more recent times he has helped Maureen establish the website 'Undiscovered Scotland' as the ultimate online guide to Scotland and come full circle by returning to writing. Ken's latest novel, ‘Hide and Seek’, is the fifth in his series of thrillers set in Scotland and beyond during World War Two. Its four predecessors, 'Eyes Turned Skywards', 'The Danger of Life', ‘Bloody Orkney’ and ‘The Stockholm Run’ were published between 2018 and 2022. He has also written 'The House With 46 Chimneys', a spooky adventure story for younger readers set in central Scotland against the background of the early days of the coronavirus lockdown
   Eyes Turned Skywards (2018)
   The Danger of Life (2019)
   Bloody Orkney (2021)
   The Stockholm Run (2022)
   Hide and Seek (2023)
   The High Road (2023)
   A Tangled Web (2023)
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