Harry Kent

Curriculum Vitae

Name: Dr Harry Kent MB BS, MCEM, FRCA (Primary)
Born: September 1980, Lewisham Hospital
Address: Borough Road, London, SE1

Specialist Registrar, John Ruskin University Hospital, London
Force Medical Examiner, Metropolitan Police Service

Deptford Green Comprehensive, 1991-1998
UMDS School of Medicine, 1998-2003

Previous Experience:
House Officer, Frimley Park Hospital/Selly Oak Hospital, 2003-2005
General Duties Medical Officer, Royal Army Medical Corps, 2005-2010.
– Tours of duty: Canada (2007/08), Helmand Province (2010/11)

Medical History:
Gunshot Wound to Abdomen, Afghanistan, 2011.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder / “Survivor Syndrome”, 2011-12
Substance Abuse, 2012-Present

Hobbies & Interests:
– Physical exercise – swimming, running, cycling
– Forensic medical consultant to the Metropolitan Police Service
– A young woman in a coma, with no identity, found in Clapham during August 2011 riots.

Lt. Col Peter Tammas (retd.), Commanding Officer, Royal Army Medical Corps
Room 9, Marigold House Residential Facility, Kingston-upon-Thames.


Find out more about Harry in THE HOLLOW MEN, available in all good bookstores and online: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Hollow-Men-Harry-Kent-thrillers/dp/1473617669 

The 2nd Harry Kent book, A HANDFUL OF ASHES, is coming on the 9th March 2017… watch this space.

3 thoughts on “Harry Kent

  1. Rob, I just finished the arc of Hollow Men. I work in a bookstore in SLC, Utah and thank god I was carrying this arc with me when my plane got delayed. Two and a half hours just zipped by. I was totally caught up in the book and really hope you are writing more of these.


    • Great book, loved all the medical stuff, could you just explain to me how a double amputee stamps his foot on the brake of his wheelchair? How come your editor did not catch this?


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