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Iain Cameron Williams was born in Sheffield, Yorkshire, of Scottish and Welsh ancestry. His mother was born in New York, America, and his father was born in Kalimpong, West Bengal, India. His grandfather is the missionary, writer, and poet Rev. Aeneas Francon Williams, and his great grandfather is the renowned Welsh writer and geographer John Francon Williams. On his maternal side, Williams is a third cousin of the author D. H. Lawrence. Iain Cameron Williams is the writer of 'The Empirical Observations of Algernon' ( 2019). Williams' debut children's novel, 'The Tail of 'Too Bad' Mike' (paperback publ. January 10, 2021), follows the adventures of a skateboarding shrew named Mike. Set in the fictitious kingdom of Pembridge, the story introd ...more

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The KAHNS of Fifth Avenue

The story of a family that dared to dream big.
'To many Americans, the Kahn family were akin to royalty; such was their lavish lifestyle. The family epitomized everything the 1920s represented; wealth, headiness, extravagance, liberalism, craziness, scandal, and jazz … so much jazz. Then came the 1929 Wall Street Crash; from that moment onward, everything chang
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Florence: a Delicate Case gives a fascinating insight into a city and some of its secrets. Leavitt, as the narrator, delves into the lives of several characters that have coloured the history of the city: many only briefly, some notorious, others jus ...more
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To get a true perspective of any era, you have to look inside many cupboards, including the cleaners – sometimes they reveal the most interesting stories. I visited Blitz on a handful of occasions, but I did not subscribe to any tribe. My influences ...more
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“My greatest strengths are my weaknesses, for it is through acknowledging them that I learn how to grow.”
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