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Nigel Seed

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A veteran of many years in the British Army working with the Army’s helicopters. He then joined the Civil Service before taking early retirement and moving to a villa in Spain. He writes his books when he can tear himself away from the view across the orange groves to the Mediterranean. Married with two children. He is slowly learning Spanish.

Having completed and published his seven book action thriller series, he is presently writing a historical fiction trilogy.

As light relief he is also writing a book of bedtime stories for young children, based on the adventures of a small dog who lives in Spain

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V4 Vengeance: Hitler’s Last Vengeance Weapons Are Going To War
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The First Anglo-Sikh War by Amarpal Singh
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This is a remarkably well written book that covers a conflict that is almost forgotten in the West. The amount of detail is pitched at just the right level and gives an even handed treatment to both sides in the war. It has clearly been researched ex ...more
One More Time by Nigel Seed
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Excellent story. I'm looking forward to number five and number six. I definitely recommend this series of stories. Minimum of sex and foul language."
No Road To Khartoum by Nigel Seed
"Good read

This is an unlikely book for me to read but I am glad I did. I was able to follow the battles without getting lost or confused. The kindle book needs better editing."
No Road To Khartoum by Nigel Seed
"No Road to Khartoum: From Dublin to the Sands of the Desert (Part I of The Michael McGuire Trilogy) is a sweeping epic military fiction by Nigel Seed. Set in Egypt and the Sudan from 1883 to 1898, it recounts major events of the Sudan Campaign, begin" Read more of this review »
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The Boer War by Thomas Pakenham
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I bought this book, among a few others, as a research tool for a historical fiction novel I am writing. I have to say it really is excellent. The detail is superb and the writing engaging. The author has put considerable effort into making this compl ...more
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The Spy by Clive Cussler
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Clive Cussler books are always enjoyable. The inventiveness of his story lines is beyond doubt. The story telling itself can be variable, depending on the other authors he collaborates with. My only reservation with his writing is that his heroes are ...more
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The Pagan Lord by Bernard Cornwell
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I have to confess I am an admirer of Bernard Cornwell. In fact reading his books inspired me to attempt to write my own historical fiction books. In this one, "The Pagan Lord" he has shown yet again that he is the master story teller of our generatio ...more
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The German Half-Bloods by Jana Petken
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Another Excellent Book

I have read two of Jana Petken’s previous novels so I knew she was a good writer. In this book she has excelled herself. The story is set in a dark time in human history and the rounded characters bring the almost unbelievable c
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City of Gold by Len Deighton
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I found this book by accident in a second hand bookshop in Spain. The writing is excellent and very engaging. My only quibble with it was that the end was a bit abrupt. However, still a very enjoyable read.
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