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By Way Of The Moon

Bernard Philips

Roland Lapiere - narcissist, sadist and a petty-minded psychopath, who conspires to his boss', Sir Simon Stratford's spectacular fall from grace.

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ISBN : 978 1 84897 528 6
Published : 27/08/2015
Pages : 219
Size : 205x140mm
Imprint : Olympia Publishers


Bernard Philips

Bernard was born at 111 Peel Rd, Bootle, Liverpool, England. At age sixteen, he left home and joined H.M. Forces Royal Corps of Signals. After a twelve year service which included duties in several countries around the world he resigned his service and immigrated to Toronto Canada. Where he still lives. From 2001-2007 he lived and worked in Europe, where most of the action for this current book took place.

Opposite 111 Peel Rd there used to be a row of houses but they may well have been bombed out of existence during WW11. The space created by this devastation has been turned into a park, aptly named Poets Park. Bernard is a lifelong Evertonian having seen his first game at Goodison Park on the 28th April 1956 against Vasco de Garma, Everton won 6-3.

Bernard continues to live in Toronto. Canada. By Way Of The Moon is Bernard`s first published work.

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Roland Lapiere - narcissist, sadist and a petty-minded psychopath, who conspires to his boss', Sir Simon Stratford's spectacular fall from grace.

As well as having a dab hand in his boss' divorce proceedings -- to add insult to injury -- he also marries Sir Simon's ex-wife, before settling in to a life of debauchery, with his blissfully ignorant alcoholic new wife. George Wilson and David Westwood - ex army soldiers, now, covert surveillance operators, are on a mission to keep Roland and his goings-on under scrutiny, on orders of their client, Sir Simon Stratford.

A story about universal justice; it's a story that tells of the most destructive of human emotions and behaviour: jealousy, hate, revenge and greed, but also of the purest: camaraderie, love -- both lost and found again -- and the sorrow felt when the innocent and loved ones die. 

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