Edward St.Boniface, a crazy Canuck (Canadian) by birth emigrated to London many years ago as a young man with many naive intentions of finding his fortune. Always a fanatical bibliophile and scribeozoid and cinephile and Londonphiliac, he found the perfect place of abode. Over the years he learned to feed these various addictions to reading and writing and moviegoing and exploring the fearful megalopolis of London and make them into a more or less coherent 'scene' for himself. Ed spent decades having various misadventures and disasters and survival issues and minor successes and learing 'The Knowledge' of London life. As time went by the latent Scribeozoid in him developed into full Authorological Syndrome and he felt compelled to write feverishly of these experiences in 'The London Trilogy'.'Riding House Street' and 'Nine Elms Lane' and 'King's Scholar's Passage To Vauxhall Bridge Road' are all separately available as ebooks (with additional chapters in their electronic versions) and as a collected printed volume on AMAZON. Just Google 'Edward St.Boniface' or 'Evel Tyler' and you'll come straight to the official publisher pages and related links.
Unique traits: Vicious, malicious, ambitious and in need of liquorice.