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Nicholas Pinhey is a British writer, author of the novel After the Bounty (novel). A software engineer by profession, he became intrigued by the subject of the mutineers and wrote the novel over a two year period working on it one day a week. After the Bounty is his first novel.
Pinhey experienced some problems writing the novel when an early draft was deleted by his daughter and he had to get a data retrieval company to recreate the file.
- Nicholas Pinhey at Amazon.com, accessed 26 June 2014
- Ross-Millar, Lucy (23 May 2014). "Oops! Histon author Nicholas Pinhey's First Novel Accidentally Deleted by His 10-Year Old Daughter". Cambridge Evening News (Cambridge). http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/News/Eruption-after-Histon-authors-novel-was-almost-overwritten-by-daughters-images-of-Mount-St-Helens-Volcano-20140523100103.htm. Retrieved 26 June 2014.