Rupert Wieloch (Rendalls 19723) 'Belfast to Benghazi, Untold Challenges of War' by Rupert Wieloch is a book about his Military career from his time in Northern Ireland as a platoon Comander to leading a squadron during the Gulf War in 1990. He later served as the Senior British Military Commander in Libya following the fall of Gaddafi.
Richard Ritchie (Newlands 19632) 'The Old Stagers' is a marvellous book for anyone interested in the history of amateur dramatics. Richard has uncovered a lost world of leisured gentlemen, passionate argument, irrepressible creativity, rich social history and - above all - a huge sense of fun, revolving around the stage, crciket and even politics. ...more
Tim Parker (West Acre 19473) In Tim's book 'The Regimental Piano', he accounts the memoirs of Major Bob Orrell, a soldier in the Royal engineers who captured a German bunker on D-Day and later became a campaigner for world peace. ...more
Simon Astaire (The Head Master's 19752) Simon has gained the trust of former England football Player Sol Campbell, and has written a biography of Sol's career. ...more
Bob Swarup (Newlands 19903) has written a book entitled 'Money Mania' which looks at the last 25 years of financial crises. ...more
J-J Farquharson (The Knoll 19701) has published a book entitled 'In the Belly of the Dragon: An Account of Working as a Foreign Expert Inside a State Enterprise of the People's Republic of China'.
Matthew Dryden (Bradbys 19722) has published an ebook entitled 'A short paddle across the Okavango' and is available on Kindle from Amazon. ...more
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