Historical saga that’s even stranger than fiction
Dudgeon’s Bridge takes you through these times.
A boy is born into a town beset by the worst of these troubles and must struggle to make his mark, whilst trying to look after his family. This is the account that’s waiting to be told, for the monstrosity of war creates its children and just like so many of them, the truth is so often the first to be orphaned! ...Find out more
Adrian Youseman was born in Swanscombe, a place best known for stopping William the Conqueror and asking some polite questions.
‘How do you get time to write?’ was a question posed by his friends when they found out his naughty secret. At first he assured them that his principle aim was to write for himself, so he makes the time, but even he has to question how it happens when expanding on his life. Besides his adoring wife and family he has been a school governor twice, borough councillor and all the while still running an engineering business. Living in a listed building also requires untold hours of restoration work, but he still makes time for tennis and church duties.
Dudgeon’s Bridge, his second book takes a look at some of our convenient 17th century history and rewrites it.
Adrian is available for interviews and talks.
Publication Date: 20 June 2013
Edition/Format: 1st/Paperback and eBook
Book Size: 210 x 148 mm, 214pp
Sales and Distribution: Spring Leaf Books
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