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My Journey There

Robert Brooks Strong

I came from the back streets of South London, and I was a computer programmer by profession, until I committed homicide at the age of thirty-two. 


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ISBN : 978-1-84897-641-2
Published : 26/05/2016
Pages : 141
Size : 205x140mm
Imprint : Olympia Publishers


Robert Brooks Strong

At the age of thirty-two, Robert Strong had a promising career as the head of his own personal agency, specialising in computer staff, his early career being a computer programmer himself. At this time, in 1976, he committed homicide when he killed his stepmother. He has now spent thirty-nine years in mental hospitals, although he maintains that he is perfectly sane and always has been. He feels he is a victim of a conspiracy in society to drive him to homicide.

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About Book

I am a seventy-one year old man, and I have had a very interesting life, which I am now happy to share with you. I was born during World War Two, and my parents split up when I was seven years old, my mother having left home to be with her boyfriend.

I came from the back streets of South London, and I was a computer programmer by profession, until I committed homicide at the age of thirty-two. 

I have spent the last thirty-nine years in mental hospitals, although I maintain that I am perfectly sane and always have been.

I have written many songs, which I hope will become popular one day, as they contain a distillation of wisdom I have acquired over the years. 

Here is an extract from a song of mine called, 'The Can Carrier'.

'I carried the can for you.

I proved I'm the man for you.

I did what you made me do,

And I carried the can.'

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