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Stars of South Asia from Oxford

Stars of South Asia from Oxford

Rob Walters

Rob Walters

With an MSc in Telecommunications from the University of Essex, Rob Walters worked as a telecom engineer and then in managerial positions. In 2005 he left telecoms to become a writer in different genres. His first book about the Hollywood actor Hedy Lamarr and her famed invention of technology that predated Bluetooth has inspired a number of films. He also writes about his adopted city of Oxford and regularly guides people around it.

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