Here I’ve concentrated on a few subject that interest me. I supply details of my books, which I am republishing over the next two years. I have a few interests that might also interest you–though they are quite eclectic. I also go to the movies once a week so I’ve reviewed them–more for myself than any other reason, but others might find them interesting–or not. I have just finished a young adult fantasy called Dragon Fire (available from Amazon), I plan to include a series of chapters on writing. I’ve published a dozen or so books, and I hope to help others. Enjoy the show.
The Cold War rages. The Berlin Wall separates the two mightiest military forces in history. Deep in the Lubyanka Prison in Moscow, Anton M. Drakov, Director of Department A of the First Directorate (Disinformation), has planned a coup that will make him famous or an instant non-person.
The American CIA and British MI6 believe they have unearthed a Russian plot and move accordingly. They may have fallen into a trap. Neville Conyers, a reluctant member of Six must trust his life to Colonel Novetsky, retired member of Russia’s military intelligence. They can trust no one; can they trust each other? Drakov’s strongest suit is misdirection. Nothing is what it seems. Time is running out. Will Drakov’s plan lead to World War III?
This book was originally published in 1979. It is revised and expanded.
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Dragon Fire takes the reader back to the end of days when the Elvin King, Ereborn, is dying from a poisoned spear thrust. The Age of Men has begun, but the Elvin folk cannot pass on to the Land in the West unless their king leads them. Ereborn’s only chance of recovery is a magical cauldron, which cures all wounds but has not been seen in many years…
A record of all that took place at the Adelphi Theatre, London, from 1806 to 1900. Indexes performers (actors, singers, dancers, entertainers), authors, plays, front-of-house personnel, scenery, songs, entertainments, spectacles, music, and dances. There is an entry for each day the theatre was open. Lavish illustrated with theatrical ephemera. The calendar is currently being revised and Version 2 will shortly be available at this website: