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Letters on leave : letters between Mary Travers and Andrew Jack, and other family letters, from 1935 to 1941 By Adrienne Higgs
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Continuation of the acclaimed Engagement by Seamail chronicling the life of Mary Jack (nee Travers) in the leadup to WWII. Also includes letters from Archibald (Bill) Travers, an RAF Blenheim bomber... More > crewman who was lost in the Battle of Ceylon in 1942.< Less
imgettingout By Andrew Pyle
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imgettingout - The book for Armed Forces personnel joining Civvy Street. This book aims to guide the brave men and women leaving the Armed Forces and help them design a truly extraordinary civilian... More > life. After all, they deserve it.< Less
imgettingout By Andrew Pyle
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imgettingout - The book for Armed Forces personnel joining Civvy Street. This book aims to guide the brave men and women leaving the Armed Forces and help them design a truly extraordinary civilian... More > life. After all, they deserve it.< Less
Operation Civvy Street By Peter Lewis
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Operation Civvy Street is for anyone planning on leaving the Armed Forces. Full of hints, tips and advice to make the most of your transition from the military to the civilian world. Written by... More > Peter Lewis, a soldier for 20 years, it contains techniques that will allow you to create a fantastic new life beyond the military. Written in clear, no nonsense style, this book outlines the necessary steps you need to take to fulfil your true potential. Using the principles described, Peter has created a highly successful training business from scratch; despite having little idea what he could do when he started planning! Each chapter contains mini-tactics that you can implement straight away in your daily routine in order to develop your confidence, gain clarity on what you want to do and design the new life that you are capable of. It doesn't matter if you have little or no idea about what you could do in civilian life - this book will help you get clear and moving towards a great future!< Less
Once Bitten By Cary Smith
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Maggie Sneath’s young nephew Barney has been doing renovation work out at Pingletoft Farm when he phones her to say the body of her pig-man husband Charlie has been discovered in a barn. A... More > pig-man dead in a barn out in the flat wilds of Lincolnshire was a situation just ripe for a belligerent detective who never messes about, will leave political correctness with the fast-track graduate clever dicks back in Lincoln, crack a few yokel’s heads together, sort out these country bumpkins and get it all done and dusted as soon as. Somebody somewhere had other ideas. Detective Chief Inspector Craig Darke has decided to send a woman! Lincolnshire Murder Mystery No 3< Less
Titch Irreverently Remembers By Titch Laudrigan
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As the son of a career Air Force officer, author Titch Laudregan was accustomed to moving from place to place and back again. Constantly relocating and always losing or making new friends was a norm... More > in his young life. In Titch Irreverently Remembers, he shares some of his coming-of-age story. This story begins with the newly aware life of a boy heading across country to leave for Paris, France, with his family. From France it’s off to Germany and then to Britain. During those four years, he wished to be away from the life of an abusive dysfunctional family, but still enjoyed being overseas. In this memoir, Laudregan shares a host of life experiences—from herding specialized food animals in the highlands of Central Mexico, backpacking in Europe, schooling in Paris, working as a Navy journalist, and more. A narrative of things seen and done, Titch Irreverently Remembers gives insight into one man’s rare life. It follows Laudregan as a military brat and beyond, the story of one constantly on the move.< Less
THE LORD IS MY SHEPHERD By John F. Wilkinson
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A factual account of the timeless story of a young man preparing for and engaging in the drama of mortal combat against a hostile force. It gives a penetrating look into 41 Squadron, a highly... More > decorated fighting unit of the Royal Air Force. It captures the reality of air-to-air combat, the scars it leaves, the dangers these young men faced and the price they paid to serve their country. The story moves from the routine of rigorous training to the drama of aerial combat offering compelling insights as to the role of the Almighty in survival. Finely honed piloting skills and dedicated sense of purpose enabled 22 year-old John Francis Wilkinson to shoot down or destroy a V-1 Buzz bomb and five Focke-Wulf Fw190 fighters in the latter days of WWII. You will find the story deeply inspiring in the accounts of how “The Hand of the Lord” provided for the author's survival as well as endless opportunities to observe the beauty of creation. John truly flew above the clouds and “touched the face of God.”< Less
Charles Bovill By Bernard O'Connor
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Charles Bovill, after leaving Bedford School in the 1920s, studied radio communication in France, worked for Marconi, was transferred to Air Ministry during World War Two and helped with... More > ground-to-air radio communications for the TOP SECRET Special Duties Squadrons at RAF Tempsford in Bedfordshire. Introduced after the war as ‘Q’, the gadget quartermaster in Ian Fleming’s James Bond books, Charles was well-known for his electronic counter surveillance technology.< Less
Charles Bovill By Bernard O'Connor
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Charles Bovill, after leaving Bedford School in the 1920s, studied radio communication in France, worked for Marconi, was transferred to Air Ministry during World War Two and helped with... More > ground-to-air radio communications for the TOP SECRET Special Duties Squadrons at RAF Tempsford in Bedfordshire. Introduced after the war as ‘Q’, the gadget quartermaster in Ian Fleming’s James Bond books, Charles was well-known for his electronic counter surveillance technology.< Less
Ancestral Chains (DNA Part IV of VIII) Parr Bloodline By Mark D Bishop
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Ancestry is a dual aspect entity, both private and public. It is private because it is personal. It is public because the stories of the ancestors need to be told. This work deals with both these... More > aspects, while recording the facts for the family researcher and putting across the stories and lives that shaped the ancestors and how they saw and understood the world around them. One should never be ashamed of one's ancestors, for we have no more a right to judge them than they have to judge us. Yes, they really do live among us and they really do affect us from beyond the grave, not only with the material goods they leave us, but also with the karma that is passed down to us. It is our job, the living, to deal with this karma, to dig out the hidden aspects of our ancestors' lives that society and culture would not allow them to express. Seen through her eyes, Volume IV is the life & ancestry, the somewhat sad story, of that 19th-century matriarch of the Parr family, dear Florence -bless her tender heart.< Less

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