Warro - The Early Years
This book is an autobiographical account of the
authors early years. It describes his life in a large, working class family
home in the Black Country town of Wolverhampton during the 50’s and 60’s.
It is a series of short anecdotal stories which outline some of the hardships
and joys encountered while he was growing up. Most of the stories are a hoot
and a joy to read, others are tinged with sadness. The story concludes as he
joins the army at the age of 18 years.
is a sequel to this book; "Warro Yo - Twenty Two Years". This
is the second part of the trilogy, and covers the authors time in the British
from the 70's to the early 90's. This book is available now in both print
and epublish version.
Warro Yo - 22 Years
The second part authobiography that follows the author from his initial recruit
the Royal Signals training establishments in Catterick camp, North Yorkshire
to various postings around the world. It chronicles his adventures and misadventures
in such diverse units as an infantry brigade headquarters based in the province
of Ulster during the early years of the troubles. Then after volunteering for
a ship’s radio operator with a maritime regiment based on the south coast
of England, to an armoured brigade facing the threat of the Soviet Third Shock
Army in Western Germany in the mid-seventies. He then moves on to a tour with
Special Forces before deploying with British Forces Lebanon on the war torn streets
of Beirut. He savours the austere but hard working life as a Permanent Staff
Instructor with the oldest regiment in the British Army based in the City of
London. And then his final tour with the only tactical Electronic Warfare regiment
in the army before his retirement in 1992. If you’ve ever been in the services,
no matter what country or force you served in, you will be able to relate to
his experiences. And even if you haven’t had the honour or pleasure, you
will enjoy the journey with him through twenty-two years of military service.
These ISBN numbers include part I & II (now combined in one book) of what
was to be a two volume printed book
The Galilee Legacy
Caught in the middle of warring factions in the most violent city on earth,
Jon and his friend must not only try to save his parents' lives, but also
the Middle East from certain disaster.
The place is war-torn Beirut in 1983, recently occupied by
Israeli forces. Jon Kazzi is a Lebanese-British national working for his
father's bank in the Christian east of the city. Having served with the Special
Air Service Regiment (SAS), Kazzi is recruited by a Christian militia, where
he uses his lethal skills for years, but he gradually tires of the killing
and decides to opt out.
However, things are not always so easy. One day, Jon is
informed that his parents have been kidnapped, and the only
way he can save them is by using his contacts in the militia. He must rely
on his friend's expertise to help him in retrieving a consignment of unregistered
security boxes. The two friends are quickly drawn into a dangerous game of
Mal McBride, trained by the British Intelligence Service in both physical
and electronic surveillance techniques, saw service with the army’s special
operations company in Ulster
during the early ’90s. Mal is approached to carry out surveillance work
behalf of Jen Armstrong, an investigative TV reporter, who suspects the activities
of a large international pharmaceutical company. They work together only to find
that the results of their investigation would have an effect on events that could
catastrophically change the lives of millions of people across the world.
Mal has to call on all his skills and abilities in an effort to help his new
successfully get her story and somehow survive.