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Harry Navinski

Harry Navinski has always loved stories, reading by torchlight under his bed sheets when he should have been sleeping. He was first published in the 1970s, in the Wyton Eye, the base magazine at Royal Air Force Wyton. Harry continued to write for magazines – in between maintaining, repairing and launching military aircraft – for many years.
It was the 1990s when he created and edited RAF Active, the RAF’s magazine for adventurous training and sports. Harry’s articles, written from his involvement in numerous sports and challenging activities, included skiing, sailing, judo, and scuba diving, to name a few.
After his time in the RAF, Harry spent several years as a volunteer on anti-human trafficking work in West Bengal. Whilst in India, he blogged about his experience of life on Kolkata’s streets, and he was encouraged to try his hand at writing fiction. On his return to the UK, Harry attended a creative writing course, and gained the motivation to write his first novel, The Glass. His novella, The Test, soon followed, along with his next novel, The Duty. This second novel was inspired by his anti-human trafficking work, and he has vowed to donate all profits from its sale to the organizations he worked with in India.
His latest novel, The Key to Murder, was published in August 2022. Harry’s adventures around the world have provided him with a huge source of knowledge and experiences for new books, and he looks forward to sharing these.


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