Elmer Nash

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Scarred Beginnings (Scarred Series Book 2) by Jackie Williams
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Learning to live again having had your legs blown off by a suicide bomber can be no mean feat for any one and for David a super fit, goodlooking soldier it was devastating. This story in Ms Williams excellent Scarred Series, gives a fascinating sensitive insight into the insurmountable trauma many of our service men and women have come to terms with. I'm in total admiration for all our forces where ever they are in the world and this story is so vivid and written with such feeling I could have been listening to real people talking to me in my study where I take so much pleasure in reading.
Geraldine is full of fun and so delightfully playful leading David's emotions a merry dance… Read more
The Cheese and I: An Englishman's Voyage Through t&hellip by Matt Feroze
Matt Feroze did what any sensible accountant would do - changed his job to do something interesting and then told us all about it. I could almost smell those wonderful wafts of aromatic creamery coming from the page. Delightfully written with a playfulness that keeps you going to the last mouthful. Thanks for throwing away your safety net and telling us how it is hefting all those kilos of the stinky stuff around, cutting and wrapping - lovely.
PS I had a wonderful cheese in Brittany which was small round and very soft and delicious. It was wrapped in sweet chestnut leaves and I'd like to track it down - perhaps you know of it?....
Scarred Horizon (Scarred Series Book 4) by Jackie Williams
5.0 out of 5 stars A Superb Read, 5 April 2014
A surprisingly different third book in the `Scarred' series with an incredible story line following heroic Servicemen in their quest for new life, work and love beyond their military careers.
Paul is a proud, superbly competent, highly decorated Afghan War Veteran whose bionic eyes have failed him. Like so many disabled men and women he's treated rather like a demented idiot who's brains have become disengaged because he has lost his sight.
Up before the beak for attempting to strangle an Arab terrorist he's unexpectedly come into contact with at the Job Centre and about to be thrown into jail for attempting his murder and refusing to live in the sheltered housing deemed… Read more