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This is my first attempt. It's a family biography based on true events that took part between 1939 and 1945. My father, a Flight Sergeant in the RAF, trained in radar and wireless operations and was posted to Mons in Belgium. It was here that he met

and married my mother who along with my grandparents had suffered under German occupation. It's reassuring knowing the book has received praise for delivering fascinating accounts of bravery, heroism, romance and occasional moments of humour.   

Genre: Period Family BIography. Fiction, non-fiction, military drama, WW2 history, romance, family saga, horror, humour.

Theme and Search words: The Belgian Bride, Richard FA White, occupation, World War II, Belgium, RAF, Belgian resistance, Rexists, Wehrmacht, officers, Mons, Nuneaton. 

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and the women he loved. This fictionalised story tries to capture the character and the emotions of those who bravely confronted almost impossible odds at the beginning of WW2. 

Genre: Historical Fiction. There are references to members of the British and Irish governments as well as the armed forces and Intelligence Services during WW2.

Theme and Search words: 2nd World War, Battle of Britain, RAF, French Resistance, SOE, MI6 & MI5, German Abwehr, IRA, Sinn Fein, War time romances, love affairs, double agents.

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Available in good bookshops and online at Amazon, Apple, Kobo, and Barnes & Noble through Ingram Spark publishers.

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This is my first novel featuring RAF Spitfire ace Jonny Munroe, who became an agent in Churchill's Special Operations Executive (SOE). He survives dangerous missions in France and Ireland, whilst trying to juggle between duty

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The 2nd book in the Jonny Munroe series. After his exploits in Northern France and Ireland in 1940, working for SOE, Jonny returns to France to help the resistance movements in the Southern Alps. An almost impossible campaign presented great dangers 

as he and British Commandos along with local Maquis resistance fighters tried to prevent hardened Nazi forces, from using the valleys of the lower Rhone-Alps to reach the Normandy beaches just before D-Day.   

Genre: WW2 Fiction, WW2 Romance, Historical fiction, Drama, Military history, Spying, Sabotage, 

Theme and Search words: WW2, Maquissards, French Resistance, Jonny Munroe, Connie Munroe, Plateau de Glieres, Annecy, C-47 Dakota, General de Gaulle, Winston Churchill.

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Available after July 30th 2020 in good bookshops and online at Amazon as a paperback or eBook. Cover design, marketing and promotions by the author.

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After surviving WW2, Jonny Munroe  is hoping to settle down with Connie and looks forward to a family. However, in the pre-Cold War period trouble was brewing which involved Russia, the USA and a Danish Marxist working from Giresun Island in the Black Sea.  

London and Washington knew they had to stop the Dane known as Domino from triggering another conflict far worse than the last one. MI6 asked Jonny to lead a team that would eliminate the threat.

   

Genre: Historical Fiction. Drama, Adventure, Romance, Pseudo-Documentary, International conflict, Moral Dilemma.  

Theme and Search words: Communism, Marxism, Cold War, Turkey, Giresun Island, Berlin, MI6, Spies, agents, Istanbul, Intelligence Services, Attlee, Britain, USA. 

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Available by the end of October 2021 in good bookshops and online at Amazon as a book or eBook for Kindle. Cover design, marketing and promotions by the author. 

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It took only 27 years to produce this book, started in 1993 by my wife Daphne (Daf) White. After her tragic death in 2001, I persevered and I'm proud to have finally completed the story of a charismatic British archer known for his archery skills,

knowledge and coaching abilities. Mick Deacon was a hero to many but outlawed by others. However, his honest, no nonsense approach and sense of fun gained him many friends. 

Genre: Sporting non-fiction, British archery, international archery, famous archers, archery stories.

Theme and Search words: Mick Deacon, Kathy Deacon, archery, archers, GNAS, FITA, World Archery, target archery, field archery, archery coaching, Archery in GB, Israel, Australia, Finland, Africa. 

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Available from end of July 2020 in good bookshops and online at Amazon as a paperback or eBook. Cover design, marketing and promotions by the author. Cover illustration by Mark Fitzgerald.

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Please visit my other site at https://www.richardwhitecreative.com for paintings photography and picture framing 

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Email: richardfawhite.author@gmail.com  Tel: 07850 105239