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The Boulevard of Broken Dreams (Apocalypse Then #2)

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1400hrs 25th May, 1940. Telegram from Anthony Eden, Secretary of State for war:

"The eyes of the Empire are upon the defence of Calais, and H.M. Government are confident you and your gallant regiments will perform an exploit worthy of the British name."

There lay the army of the dead.

Regimented row after regimented row, still lined up on the station’s platform.

The sight of
Kindle Edition, 315 pages
Published December 2012 by Kindle
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This, the second part of the series of memoirs of Robert L Parker (Apocalypse Then), is a substantial and well-written work of dramatic fiction that is engrossing to read. The witty, charming scoundrel of 'Stormbringer' is still there, his tantamount aim to survive and save his own skin, but there is a sense that Parker is slowly developing a sense of morality and compassion for his fellow soldiers at arms. Covering the early months of the war in Northern France, the narrative is counterpointed ...more
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Daniel DeLacy was born in Nottinghamshire in 1965. He grew up in the small mining town of Ollerton and was educated at the local comprehensive school. Following in the family tradition Daniel went into the mining industry working underground at Thoresby Colliery.

From that beginning, Daniel left the mine behind and returned to full time education; first at the North Notts College of Further Educati
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