Jack’s story begins in 1920 in the London distracts of Peckham, Deptford, and Greenwich, enjoying life as a Cockney Lad in pre-war London, unaware that the years ahead would foster difficult tim
The Wallace family arrive back in their home city of Glasgow, after having been evacuated to the country for the duration of World War II. Their excitement knows no bounds.
After suffering the loss of their father and moving into their aunts' mysterious Irish Castle, twins, Fadin and Tase, find themselves thrust into a magical world.
Nineteen twenty-one. In Ireland, the bitter War of Independence drags on, but secret moves to arrange a cease-fire hold out hopes of peace.
Six young evacuees are separated from their families in Leeds at the start of World War II and sent to Padstow in Cornwall to escape the bombing. homesickness was soon replaced by adventure in a
This epic tale about the Irish struggle for independance cleverly weaves fact with fiction with some characters based on the author's own family, and others who are actual people involved at the t
Bright and musically gifted, Juan Hidalgo grows up in the Madrid of the early sixteen-hundreds. Employed as a harpist in the court of King Philip IV, he is soon writing his own music and sharing in th
Having spent an ordinary life with their parents in a small house, twins, Fadin and Tase, together with their elder brother Clearie, suddenly find themselves catapulted into quite a different life.&nb
John Michael Doyle (BA Hons. IEng, MIED)Born at Beaufort Co. Kerry, the son of an Irish father and English mother and lived there until moving to England at age 17.Worked in the engineering industry,
Johnny Mack was born in Peckham, South-East London an only child to loving but strict parents. Although a bright and shrewd boy, he did not enjoy school - and school did not really enjoy him! He soon