Book: Clothcaps & Baccy by Brian Bradfordcategories: Book, Fiction, UK Secret Courts, Police, Committee, Tyneside, Necastle Upon Tyne, Gateshead, Corruption
Brian Bradfordabout this book: brianbradford-author.com was established due to personal adversity. Clothcaps & Baccy was written as a forage into writing and is based in Newcastle Upon Tyne England. Out only via e-book. November 1st 2013.
My first attempt was written under "Any fool can be a Club Steward" when I was sacked as a Paint Inspector and taken through the British courts and forced to seek employment well out of my comfort zone. Any fool can be a Club Steward was written for friends and family and never published. I worked as a barman for a living and gained an insight to nightlife on Tyne-side.
The book is about everyday corruption in our midst but mainly drawn from U/K "club life" and is suitable for adult reading. My aim is to have the book read on every English speaking continent and beyond and for anyone who has ventured into a bar for a drink.
The book cover is is a picture of the famous Tyne-side bridge in Newcastle Upon Tyne and was chosen as the backdrop for the main character who returns to Tyne-side when his employment comes to an end.
At the end of "clothcaps & Baccy" is the first chapter of "Hotel on the Hill" my second venture, "not yet published". At the end of this chapter are some 60 pages of extracts from "Dancing in the Rain" "out soon" I hope!
Dancing in the Rain is a must read for anyone who has or is about to embark on a cruise ship either as a fare paying passenger or crew member from any port in the world. Dreadful to write about what happened to myself and family in the British Courts but a must read for democracy and freedom of speech. Sadly the U/K does not protect it's citizens.
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