WHEN DID YOU LAST SEE YOUR FATHER?: Love,lust,loss, loot and a Luger Pistol, in Uttoxeter, a Staffordshire Market Town! by ADAM ADAMS

WHEN DID YOU LAST SEE YOUR FATHER?: Love,lust,loss, loot and a Luger Pistol, in Uttoxeter, a…

byADAM ADAMS

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Uttoxeter, a market town in Staffordshire, in this story becomes Bunting on Dove, so called because of Buntings brewery, and its proximity to the river Dove. and Abbotts Bromley becomes Monks Wood.

Following the Great Train Robbery of 1963, an enduring mystery has surrounded the hidden millions of pounds, never recovered. That the money, like the Staffordshire hoard of Saxon treasure was secreted only yards from a main Staffordshire Road. Neither the Train Robbers or those who masterminded the robbery knew of this, such was the secrecy. One man knew, and guarded the secret for over half a Century. He was a cold blooded murderer who through his actions devastated the lives of one family, and in particular the son, Arthur Forest.. This is their story, this is his story. Written in part, in his own words, a story of Love, lust, loot, loss and a Luger pistol! Uttoxeter a quiet market town is the setting for Bunting on Dove, Abbotts Bromley becomes Monks Wood in this very English Saga of life and crime in the Midlands of England

Title:WHEN DID YOU LAST SEE YOUR FATHER?: Love,lust,loss, loot and a Luger Pistol, in Uttoxeter, a…Format:Kobo ebookPublished:October 5, 2014Publisher:RICHARD WOODSLanguage:English

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from When Did, You last see your father? I first thought this was going to be one of those Mills and Boon type historical novels, not a bit of it! I laughed and cried, empathised and was shocked all the way through. I think everyone should read this book. In fact I am reading it again now, to see the bits I missed!
Date published: 2015-03-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Staffordshire has a new bard! I felt as though I was one of the family, whilst reading this book, the author has caught all the personalities so well. I made a point of travelling to all the places mentioned in the book. All the signs are there, it is uncanny. Adam Adams with the help of a good publisher, in my opinion, is one of England`s foremost writers just waiting in the wings. I watch the Kobo list every week for his next publication. His writing is that gripping, and thought provoking
Date published: 2015-03-08