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John D. O. Fulton was born and brought up in Edinburgh. He is a lawyer with a life-long interest and curiosity in the interaction between people and events. His practice developed an international client base through regular visits to Hong Kong, Singapore and China over twenty five years. Amongst appointments he has held are: Treasurer of the Society of Writers to Her Majesty’s Signet, Chair of the Clark Foundation for Legal Education and a Director of Asian Growth Properties, Hong Kong. For twenty-seven years he worked in the building at No.66 Queen Street, Edinburgh, which has become the source of inspiration for his first publication, 66: The House That Viewed The World. He has four adult children and lives with his partner in Edinburgh’s New Town.