Ieuan Dolby is an author and writer based in the port city of Dundee in Scotland
Ieuan began his career at sea as an engineering cadet in the Merchant Navy at the young age of seventeen. Twenty years later, having risen from Engineering Cadet to Chief Engineer, and after a two-year volunteer posting in Tuvalu, he moved ashore as a Technical Superintendent for a UK based shipowner. He then relocated to Singapore for four years where he consulted on and investigated numerous marine casualties, vessel sinkings, capsizes, groundings, collisions, floodings, engine and machinery failures and fires with an on various ships and barges in likely locations such as Japan, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam and Korea to Malaysia and further afield in America, Turkey and Australia.
Now living in the port city of Dundee in Scotland, with his wife and two sons, he continues as a well-respected and active independent marine consultant whilst writing marine based articles and novels of fiction in his spare time - constantly drawing upon the sea and a seafarers life for the passion that his written words evoke.
As an author and writer, his marine-based crime novel 'Fall of the Suns' was published in 2014 and with other works written and soon to be made available, including the ‘Diary of Ben Small, First Tripper’, and the erratic adventures and memoirs of the permanently drunk captain, Silas E Parks, the future is good.
Please browse the site and follow the link provided to purchase a copy, as an Ebook or in print, the romp at sea crime fiction novel titled 'Fall of the Suns'.