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Former editor writes dystopian novel set in places where he lived and worked

A former editor has published a dystopian debut novel set in the places where he has lived and worked.

Aaron Gransby’s ‘Outside’, published in hardback by Gerard Books, aims to “make people think a bit about where our society is heading”.

Aaron, 54, edited a number of newspapers including the Enfield and Barnet Advertisers, Enfield Gazette and Harrow and Wembley Observer between 1993 and 2003.

The book is set in his birthplace of London, as well as Harrow, Watford and St Albans, where he now lives.

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Aaron said: “I’m hoping that Outside will make people think a bit about where our society is heading, particularly after the last few difficult years.

“But anyone buying the book will find it’s a highly readable thriller which can be enjoyed on that level too.”

The novel is also available in paperback and as an ebook on Amazon.