Key Themes: Mental Health, Depression, Bipolar, Manic Depression
The Man who Robbed a Bank with a Banana tells the story of a mental health patient who is serving time in a hospital prison. During the time he is doing he writes The Man who Robbed a Bank with a Banana which is about an author who can’t sell his books because hes not know. So he decides to cover a banana with handkerchiefs and rob a bank to get known. He thinks the publicity he gets will be worth the time he serves but will psychiatry let him….
About the Author
Christopher North was born in 1975 in the North East of England. He was educated at Keele University and he trained as a teacher at Anglia Polytechnic University. After a brief time in teaching he turn to writing books. He is the author of Teachers Mad and Teachers Mad Inspirational Christian Women and the Glorious Revolution. Christopher was pushed out of the establishment and was diagnosed with schitzo-effective disorder and he has found himself on the wrong side of the law due to his condition. He know works in fiction and he has an interest in mental health and the law.