Bomb Alley to Hellfire Corner

On most e-book sites The true-life account of a group of children getting up to mischief under the sky path nicknamed Bomb Alley to Hell Fire Corner, in Kent during the second world war, juxtaposed with sobering accounts of violence and despair. The story of Ron Shears and his pals. The only true account of life in Bomb Alley. Friday, September 1, 1939: Germany invades Poland. World War 2 begins. On September 3, 1939, Neville Chamberlain broadcast to the nation that Britain was at war with Germany. That night on the BBC Home Service at 6 p.m. radio announcer Alvar Liddell explained in more detail what was going to happen. This announcer became so familiar that the British people looked forward to his distinctive voice and his faultless delivery of these historic...

Where the Devil says Goodnight

The lady featured was a great friend of Ron’s and she trusted him with her incredible true story. She never told it to anyone else, I was indeed very privileged. Watch 60-second visual pitch On most e-book publishers Screenplay nominated for a US Heritage and Cultural award. LOGLINE: Young newlywed Beata Karp, after being incarcerated in a prison camp in Siberia during WWII, takes a perilous journey through Siberia in the hope of reuniting with her family and freeing them from their work camp. SYNOPSIS: On a Russian-occupied Bialystok street in early 1940, educated, down-to-earth, Lithuanian aristocrat Beata is arrested with her Polish husband Kaz. They’re taken on a three-day-long journey with little food and water only to find themselves imprisoned in...