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Monopoli Blues

Tim Clark, Nick Cook


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A remarkable act of imagination and filial homage' William Boyd, New Statesman In November 1944, Sub Lt Bob Clark, a twenty-year old agent with Britain's top-secret Special Operations Executive, parachuted into northern Italy. He left behind the girl he had fallen in love with, Marjorie, his radio operator. Captured by the enemy, Bob's fate hung in the balance and Marjorie wouldn't know for six months whether he was alive or dead... Monopoli Blues recounts the story of Tim Clark's journey to uncover the story of his parents' war - and the truth behind the betrayal of his father's Clarion mission to the Nazis.

Unbound, 9781783528189, 288pp.

Publication Date: February 23, 2021

About the Author

Tim Clark spent a large part of his career working as a lawyer at one of the world's leading firms specialising in mergers and acquisitions and corporate work in the UK and internationally, ultimately becoming Senior Partner. Since retiring as a lawyer, Tim has taken on board positions in a number of corporate, arts and charitable organisations, and senior advisory roles at a number of international think tanks. He lives in London. Nick Cook joined the world-renowned Jane's Defence Weekly as a reporter in 1986, rising quickly to become Aviation Editor, a position he held until 2005. His first novel, Angel, Archangel, was published in 1989 to critical acclaim. Cook's first non-fiction title, The Hunt For Zero Point, followed in 2001, reaching Number 1 in Amazon's non-fiction charts. He has also written, hosted and produced two documentaries about the world of aerospace and defence - Billion Dollar Secret and an Alien History of Planet Earth. He lives and works in London.