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Enyway... a Jump Is a Jump: A Family Tribute to Giles Thornton 1966 - 1998 Hardcover – 11 Sep 2008

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Alan Hoe is a freelance writer and researcher living in Dorset despite being born, reared and educated in Yorkshire. He joined the British Army in 1957 as a boy soldier prior to volunteering for service with the SAS in 1960 where he remained until his retirement in 1981. Commercial life took him for long periods to work in Latin America as a consultant in many of the kidnap cases which are part of daily life on that continent. His previous books include Terrorism: Threat and Response (with Eric Morris); The Negotiator (a biographical work written under the nom de plume 'James March'; Re-enter the SAS (The reformation of the SAS during the Malayan Emergency); the best selling David Stirling: The Authorised Biography of the Creator of the SAS and Go Boldly: The Story of Major Richard J Meadows.

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