WildBlue Press Author
I am a South African born crime historian and broadcaster living in the United Kingdom. I am a member of the American Society of Criminology and considered an expert on the "I Don't Like Monday's" school shooting in 1979.
My formative years were spent in sunny California after moving from the UK. I started my career at a small radio station in the Bay Area, Northern California after attending university in San Diego and the Academy of Radio & Television Broadcasting. My first broadcast job was an intern at an alterative rock station in San Jose and I later produced talk shows, as well as presenting on several stations in Northern California.
I moved back to England in 1999 and contributed to the BBC and many other large broadcasting corporations. I became the director of a radio station in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire and produces shows and podcasts for broadcasters in the Midlands, UK.
‘I Don’t Like Monday’s - The Ture Story Behind America's First Modern School Shooting’ is my first book and it’s taken years of interviews and research to accurately record the horrifying event. The behaviour of the shooter’s father initially caught my attention, and I later discovered many other extraordinary developments surrounding this horrific event. The information collected in this book had never been published before.
I live with my wife in Buckinghamshire but still think of San Diego as my hometown.