As a teacher, Andrew Musgrave lived and worked in the United Kingdom and in the Middle East.
Fun Runs and Guns is his memoir as an expat in Yemen and Saudi Arabia.
Samak Fishing in Yemen is a pictorial parody of the Yemeni Tourist Board's advice against arriving in Yemen with salmon fishing tackle.
The series, Children in Films, analyses the impact the movie industry has on the lives of child actors and how we perceive them.
'Press On Brave Hearts' and 'The Journeys of St Paul: from the paintings by George Musgrave', is his tribute to the poetic and artistic talents of his father who died in 2012.
As a keen walker, the author has prepared a series of walking guides: Ambling Along Pennine Paths, which are now available.