Gary Troia studied Spanish and Philosophy at Middlesex University and the Universidad de Deusto and was created in southeast London.
In 2010, he left behind a career in education and also moved into a small Spanish village, where he began his lifelong dream of writing.
His earliest book, Spanish Yarns and Beyond, is a funny account of his time in Spain. ' A play on words' was how one reviewer described the book.
A Bricklayer's Tales, first printed in 2013, is a set of ten tales, such as: Angel Dust, '' the peculiar story of a man whose brand new life in the united states leads to discussions with all Ancient Greek philosophers. Mrs. McClintock, an absurd farce in which a Glaswegian couple retire to Spain, along with A Bricklayer's Tale, the story of a disillusioned, alcoholic bricklayer.
Since then Gary has gone on to write seven books.
Gary now lives in Hampshire, together with his spouse Marina where he proceeds to compose.
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