Clive Owen Barry

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Clive Owen Barry is a British author, born 24th June 1951 in the English north eastern coastal town of Scarborough, but soon after immigrated with his family to Ontario, Canada, where he remained on and off until his fourteenth birthday.
Upon returning to England, he completed his secondary education before starting out in an apprentiship as a carpenter to the local shipyards. Several years and many jobs later were to see him involved in the Petrochemical industry where he remained in one way or another for the next forty-two years, leaving the industry as a world travelled, Petrochemical and Marine Consultant.
Writing has been a way of life to him for over forty years, most of which being non-fiction and of a technical nature for and on beh
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“Experience. The art of getting it right, hopefully the second time around.”
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