Man of the Mountains (Hardcover)

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Synopsis: Paris, 1945, Franz is on a two-day visit in Paris as a special guest speaker at a university. He notices a sad-looking woman who he recognises. She turns out to be Margaret, a woman he rescued from the Gestapo. What happened to her and daughter Joanna since then? With a fascinating yet traumatic tale to tell she is requested to share her story at the university, too. Franz, from a coal-mining family on the English/Welsh border, reveals how life started out for him: his family life; school life; his first job as a carpenter; college; and how he met Carmen, his wife-to-be. After he is happily married and Carmen falls pregnant, life takes a turn. The worst thing possible happens and Franz turns to drink for comfort and can't seem to find the light at the end of the tunnel... until he decides to leave Spain for good and venture to Switzerland.

About the Author: Now retired and living in Spain, Frank Aulton is an ex-coal miner and a qualified dog trainer. He is the founder of Aldridge Dog Training Club, which is still going strong after 42 years. He was told when he was at mining college that one day he would write a book. (He is a late starter!)

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Published by Austin Macauley Publishers, United Kingdom (2016)
ISBN 10: 1785549804 ISBN 13: 9781785549809
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Book Description Austin Macauley Publishers, United Kingdom, 2016. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Paris, 1941, Franz is on a two-day visit in Paris as a special guest speaker at a university. He notices a sad-looking woman who he recognises. She turns out to be Margaret, a woman he rescued from the Gestapo. What happened to her and daughter Joanna since then? With a fascinating yet traumatic tale to tell she is requested to share her story at the university, too. Franz, from a coal-mining family on the English/Welsh border, reveals how life started out for him: his family life; school life; his first job as a carpenter; college; and how he met Carmen, his wife-to-be. After he is happily married and Carmen falls pregnant, life takes a turn. The worst thing possible happens and Franz turns to drink for comfort and can t seem to find the light at the end of the tunnel.until he decides to leave Spain for good and venture to Switzerland. Seller Inventory # BTE9781785549809

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