Rob Nicolson Returns

Due out soon the IV of the Rob Nicolson books Roundabout following on from Operation Flamenco although like all the Rob Nicolson books it is a stand alone. In this book he takes on the Criminal Golden Circle hell bent on world domination the action moves from the...

Record set for Brooke Plaque

The Soldier If I should die, think only this of me That there’s a corner of a foreign field That is for ever England. there shall be In that rich earth a richer dust concealed A dust whom England bore, shared, made one, Gave once, her flowers to love, her ways...
Prinz Eugen

Prinz Eugen

Prinz Eugen lucky ship of the German Navy.     The heavy cruiser Prinz Eugen, third ship of the Hipper class, was launched at Kiel from the Gaarden dockyard of the Krupp Germania works on 22August 1938.The Ship was named after Prince Eugene of Savoy...

Palestine Patrol

   The problems of Palestine, long before it became the modern State of Israel, had begun decades before 1920 when Britain was granted a mandate over the country after World War I. Ratified by the League of Nations in 1922 which terminated in 1948. In those...

The Joys of Publishing with Amazon KDP.

   We produced new paperback editions of The Serpent and the Cross, Shadows Washed in Blood, Room 39: And the Cornish Legacy, and From the Foam of the Sea. Three of them also as e-books, we did have some glitches with this but overcame them. The covers were...

Obituary John Mussell

I Knew John Mussell, although we never met, for over twenty years since my first article appeared in Medal News in 2002 and I went on to write dozens more. He was always a ‘gent’ and great to work with. I would like to express my condolences to his Wife...

Agent Cicero

And D-Day Betrayed? Were the D-Day landings ‘Operation Neptune’ betrayed? The popular view is they were not. Rather more it is felt through the British ‘Double-Cross System’, through their double agents fed the Germans a huge amount of miss-information which they...

A run through the Southern States.

Two English officers see the American Civil War    Henry Charles Fletcher of the Scots Fusilier Guards (now Scots Guards) in November 1862, in just a few weeks travelling largely by rail, covered an immense distance through the Southern States.  It was...