Books inspired by the Authors research into family history - Click on cover image to purchase
The story of the real Lucy and her extraordinary royal and noble ancestors. The book is also a fascinating study of the origins and evolution of six important autonomous medieval territories which have since been absorbed into major European countries.
A mix of fact and fiction - about Robert de Dene, founding father of the Denne family, and the intrigue surrounding the events of 1066. At a time of dynastic change the connections between pairs of brothers located on either side of the Channel prove to be a vital resource for a would-be Conqueror.
CRUSADERS AND CAMPAIGNERS
The story of four entirely separate and quite remarkable families of French origin which most genealogists in England have, until now, treated as one. Beaumonts have fought on land and sea and in the air. Others have fought for their chosen causes in Parliament, local government and civil society.
Trying to change people's minds - Click on cover image to purchase
A searing exposé of the bullying culture prevalent in parts of the NHS, of the ineptitude of the NHS and NMC in handling mental health issues and of the impotence of the NMC in dealing with regulation of the indiscretions and misdemeanours of NHS Trust senior managers. This book includes and completes the story in The NHS, the Uniform & the Blackberry
An invaluable aid to nurses and midwives facing a referral to their professional standards body, the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC). The aim of this book is to provide a guide which will demystify the process and, even in the most difficult circumstances, help nurses and midwives get the best possible result
MY NEW BOOK
Driven by fear, the government of the UK has poured hundreds of billions of pounds into fighting the coronavirus pandemic. My new book questions their judgement and the wisdom of spending a 'wartime budget' on fighting one virus which has proven to be little worse than past flu pandemics. It also tries to put the virus in context by looking at similar past events.