Michael Heath

Michael Heath

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Michael Heath grew up in the West Midlands but has now lived in rural Suffolk for nearly six years. Google his name and you will see that it was as a business author where he had initially established his writing reputation, with invitations from the likes of HarperCollins and the Dragons' Den production team who were keen to employ his knack for making complex business concepts accessible. Having devoured the great Victorian novelists in his youth, he has always wanted to fashion a series of books with a strong sense of place and time. It was only when he moved to East Anglia that he found the geographical 'voice' that he was searching for and which is so apparent in the first of his 'Winifred Smy Mysteries', Killing Time in Kenton. The novella's events all unfold against the backdrop of a small East Suffolk hamlet in the uncertain years that immediately precede the First World War. With a keen sense of the need for historical accuracy gained through extensive research, he incorporates real locations and local stories; even the surnames in his fiction are those that have emerged from his scouring of local churchyards and parish records, usually in the company of his very badly-behaved Lhasa Apso dog, Coco. A keen pianist, guitarist and composer, he regularly partners with other musicians online producing original songs under the band name 'The One Beneath'.He supports Coventry City Football Club but is keen to point out in his defence that it was because he was born there.
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    • Collins Business Secrets
    • By: Michael Heath
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    • Length: 2 hrs and 13 mins
    • Release date: 04-22-10
    • Language: English
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