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The author of the book: Keith Edmondson
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Language: English
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Edition: Rowanvale Books
Date of issue: May 31st 2016
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A chance encounter with an old university friend leads a newly qualified priest, James Brittain, to accept an invitation to participate in the CND Aldermaston march in April 1963, where he unwittingly learns of a plot to assassinate President Kennedy during his forthcoming visit to the UK.


As a result he is drawn into the sinister worlds of extreme church politics, secret service intrigue and ex-Nazi collaborators, resulting in him being hunted for a murder he did not commit, and suffering from recurring doubts about his faith. All this is carried out against the backdrop of the cold war, at its height, and the imminent Profumo scandal.


Can James avoid elimination and unravel the plot before the President arrives?




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Ebook The 63 Steppes read Online! I was born and bred in Bradford, West Yorkshire, and still live there willingly! I was trained as a chemist and became a wool research scientist at the IWS Technical Centre in Ilkley. Following the collapse of the wool market in the ‘80’s, for which I vehemently deny having any responsibility whatsoever, I was ‘encouraged’ to find pastures new and started working as a private consultant, trading as Envirocare, assisting companies with the new health and safety and environmental regulations. The endeavour was successful and Envirocare Technical Consultancy Ltd was formed in 1994, based in Bradford.
A few years ago I stepped down from the day to day running of the business and hastily drew up a ‘bucket-list’ of things I wanted to tick-off before finally hanging up my spatula. I ventured into producing collage artworks, made entirely from stamps, with brightly reactive phosphor bands under UV light. Three large collage impressions of famous Bradford people; David Hockney, J.B Priestley and Sir Ken Morrison were created. A fourth collage; (‘Bradley Baht ‘at’) was done to celebrate the Tour de France coming to Yorkshire and exhibited at the Fabric Gallery in July 2014.
I’ve also had a stab at writing and published The Sixty Three Steppes after being inspired by re-reading John Buchan’s The Thirty-Nine Steps.
I enjoyed the writing experience so much that I’ve written a sequel which is at the editing stage now. This novel is likely to be called From Czechoslovakia with Love.
I still regard my Twitter profile of mature scientist, very immature author and artist as being pertinent.



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ISABELLA

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SAMUEL

Interesting look on the other side

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