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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Retired actor who used his time as a full time carer for his mother with dementia to write the odd play for his amusement and hopefully yours.
More about the books
A brief introduction to my available books
THE BATTLE OF BARKING CREEK
The Battle of Barking Creek tells the true story of the first fighter fatality on the 6th September 1939, the third day of World War Two in what we now call a friendly fire incident.
All the action takes place in the Courtroom at Bentley Priory the headquarters of the RAF and is the Courts Martial of those involved in the shooting down and subsequent death of Pilot Officer Montague Hulton-Harrop.
Whilst written originally as a short radio play it cries out to be produced as a full length feature film.
THE PLAYS WOT I WROTE
The Plays Wot I Wrote is a collection of nine plays of different genres written over a period of time when I was a full time carer to my mother who had dementia.
Contrary to what the title may suggest there was no input from Morcambe and Wise barring the inspiration for the title.
One of the plays Dulce Et Decorum Est Pro Patra Mori was produced by the Wireless Theatre Company and is available for download on their website.
DULCE ET DECORUM EST PRO PATRIA MORI
A touching glimpse into the experiences of the soldiers of the first world war.
This series of letters from the front powerfully evokes the horrors and emotions of the men who fought and died on the battlefield, focusing on Wilfred Owen’s eternal question, is dying for your country an honour or a curse?
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