1964. Sir Winston Churchill is dying, so who is trying to kill him? To avert war a young Irishman, Lochran Ryan, must find out why and stop the assassin.
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John has delivered medical aid to orphanages and hospitals across the globe, including Romania during the revolution and South America, Bosnia during the war and now the Ukraine. His Rogues’ novels are based on the characters he encountered during his many dangerous missions, when he enlisted unlikely support from those he calls “benevolent rogues”. These men and women used their wit and guile to deliver medical aid and help save lives.
He has worked in over forty occupations, ranging from a gravedigger, a cocktail barman, and a tree-surgeon, to a professional poker player, and is currently employed as a government “Transactor” covering major infrastructure programmes across the country. His adventures continue – he has ridden a British Army motorbike across India to support several children’s charities and has worked in a mental health facility in Manhattan.
His first novel, Churchill’s Rogue, was shortlisted for the inaugural Wilbur Smith adventure writing awards.