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First World War: Postcards from the Front

I am absolutely delighted to say that my new book Postcards from the Front: 1914-1919 has been released today is available from places such as Amazon, Waterstones, WH Smiths etc. This has been two years of painstaking research and writing … Continue reading

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Christmas Advent Calendar: 1 December

Firstly, an apology for lack of posts over the last couple of months.  In the background, my writing has not stopped.  In fact I have been frantically spending every waking hour researching and writing for my next book due out … Continue reading

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Memorial Tablet – I died in hell

Of all my postcards, my most treasured one is the one below.   The image on the front is a boring country scene of Wandsworth Common, South London in 1907 – nothing remotely interesting.  But it’s words mean so much … Continue reading

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