High Seas to Home: Daily Despatches from a Frigate at War Paperback – 7 Dec 2012
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About the Author
Allan Seabridge had a long career as a systems engineer in aerospace, retiring as Chief Flight Systems Engineer. He worked in engineering, project management and business development, which led to the production of a number of technical articles and co- He is a Section Leader for two volumes of the Wiley Encyclopaedia of Aerospace Engineering and is involved in designing postgraduate courses for several universities. Allan lives in Lytham St Annes, Lancashire, and in the 1980s wrote a number of short children's stories, some of which were adapted by the BBC as scripts for Playschool, and by Thames Television for their programme Rainbow. Shirley Morgan is a former daily newspaper journalist but after a decade moved into the defence industry and for the past 12 years has worked as a freelance business journalist. She currently writes for clients across many industrial sectors, as well as for higher education, and recently co-authored a book with Allan Seabridge on air travel and health. Married with two teenage boys and sharing the house with an ever-changing assortment of cats and giant house rabbits, she lives in Lytham St Annes, Lancashire. David Chadwick is an award-winning journalist with a life-long interest in maritime history. He currently writes on economic and business issues for newspapers, magazines and online publications. Formerly a political editor on a daily paper, he later worked as press officer for the Cabinet Office and as a public relations manager for a global accountancy firm. He is also a published author and has produced numerous novels and short stories. He lives in Bolton, Greater Manchester, with his wife, two teenage sons and two jack russell terriers.
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15 January 2013
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I was involved with this man and what he was saying from the beginning and didn't want to leave him and his wife at the end. The writing in the letters is plain and straightforward yet I felt I was living what he describes. The letters have been collated and organised extremely well and the added historical detail is enlightening and just enough.