About the author:
Graham is currently completing a PhD through the University of Wollongong in Australia. He is also working for Education and Training International Ltd in Baku helping local people to improve their English.
About his work
Graham’s first novel, Kasia from Honey Street is set in Poland on the eve of joining the European Union. A young woman, Kasia Baran, disappears and Komisarz Pawel Klusek is ordered to find her. But, Klusek harbours a dark secret that the search for her threatens to uncover. As a former member of the feared state security police, the Bezpieka, Klusek was involved in a cover up connected with the murder of another young woman, Ola Kalaman. The search now for this missing girl, in the very place that hides the other, is further escalated by Ola’s cousin seeking to expose the secrets of the past and find out what happened to his cousin. Can Klusek find the missing Kasia before his crime is exposed?
From 2003 to 2004 Graham worked in Poland where he found the inspiration for this work. His second novel, Avalon’s Wake, is due for release in 2017. Graham Pope is published by Whiskey Creek Press (NJ) and his work is available in paperback and all e book formats.
Working in Baku
Graham is enjoying his teaching and tutoring in Baku. He is able to provide courses in the following spheres: Business English, Business Writing, English for Museum Employees, Presentation Skills, Effective Business Communication, Soft Skills Training, Academic Writing, English for Artists / Musicians, Creative Writing for Artists / Musicians, FCE, CAE, General English, English for the Hydrocarbon Industry, etc.
If you are interested in improving your English or attending one of Graham’s literary talks do contact us!