I had a chat with D.G. Leigh, author of "Spitfire Final Flight".
Spitfire Final Flight
By DG Leigh
Suffering from the later stages of Alzheimer's, Captain Tom “Winkle” Brown is a retired RAF test pilot and World War 2 veteran approaching his century year. When 36 pristine Spitfires are discovered buried deep within the Burmese jungle, he gets a surprise visit from Grant Global Industries, with a most intriguing proposition.
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By John Broughton
Set in Mierce in the English Midlands in 8th Century A.D., the quest, for power is not King Æthelbald’s only passion in life. Despite not wishing to marry, he has a lust for women and takes advantage of his position to “raid” nunneries to satisfy his desires. The church does not approve of King Æthelbald’s exploits with innocent women and seeks to bring him into line with the threat of eternal damnation.
The Bridal Contract
By Sandra Sookoo
Oliver Darrington - Viscount Tralsburg - wants nothing more than to hide out at the family property in Brighton until he can secure a seaworthy ship and return to adventuring the world. However, being handed his former mistress’ child isn’t part of that plan. Neither is the sudden longing for his pretty Italian neighbour.
Windrush: Cry Havelock
By Malcolm Archibald
This was a great book to narrate. Captain Jack Windrush and the infamous 113th Foot are assigned to India, just before the Indian Mutiny breaks out in 1858. Returning from a five-day march with his company, Jack finds that the sepoys have rebelled and massacred their officers, and most of the other company of the 113th. Gathering together a number of survivors, Jack and his company fight their way out of the cantonment and escape. After Jack learns that the British are besieged by a large rebel army, he takes his men to Allahabad to relieve Cawnpore, and meet with General Havelock. He proves to be a capable commander, but lacks manpower. As the war rages around them, Jack faces new challenges - both military and personal.
I had a chat with Malcolm Archibald, the author of the Jack Windrush books.
Windrush: Jayanti's Pawns
By Malcolm Archibald
Following on from the last book, Captain Jack Windrush in India during the late stages of the Indian Mutiny in 1858. Tired of war, he has to obey orders when Colonel Hook orders him to hunt down a mysterious female warrior named Jayanti. Soon, Jack's company of the 113th Foot shares in the defeat at Fort Ruhya, where they encounter warriors wearing black turbans...and discover that they are women. With a Pathan prisoner, Jack and the remains of the 113th Foot leave the main army to search for Jayanti. Amid ferocious battle, betrayal, and a personal game of cat and mouse with Jayanti herself, Jack and his company move ever closer to the final confrontation in their campaign.