David Kent-Lemon was at Rugby School in England, took a business degree, and joined a multi-national company based in the UK. Although his business career was mainly based in London, he spent a total of nearly fifteen years working in Germany, Holland and Belgium.
David then switched careers to historical research and writing. Blockade Runner is his first book to be published which is based on research into the life of his great grandfather, Edward Pembroke.
He is married and lives in London. When he is not torturing his computer keyboard, or harassing publishers he is hacking chunks out of the golf courses around London.
|Tom Wells must face the hazards of the Union blockade of the Confederate ports