Simon Keable-Elliott is a writer and lecturer based in South Londson. Educated at Sherborne School and Durham University, Simon first worked in Fleet Street – as a barman – before managing restaurants in Mayfair, Hampstead and Putney. He owned and ran Keables, a café bar restaurant in West Norwood, for 8 years before re-training as a teacher and spending 25 years as Head of Politics and Director of MUN at a secondary school in Croydon. He has written articles for Genealogy Today, The Church Times, The History News Network, The Beresford Family Society Magazine, and The Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research (to be published next year). He is a regular speaker at events run by Western Front Associations, U3As and Family History Societies.
Simon is Robert Keable’s grandson and Utterly Immoral is his first book.