Please Take Care of Bethany

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This title is supplied as part of a bundled package. A world's first in contemporary literature. The Gabrielites; The collected works of British singer/songwriter Odd Jonathan. Broader synopsis: A songwriter discovers that his work is now used in ritual killings. He soon finds himself dragged into a global conspiracy; a death cult that now exists within the Illuminati… More

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About PC Brian Wilkinson

Please Take Care of Bethany

Author: PC Brian Wilkinson

Published by Brittunculi

Brian had been a serving police officer for his entire life until he retired in 2010 at the age of sixty. Brian, an amateur military enthusiast now tells the story of his father ‘Brian Bulls-eye Wilkinson’, and his personal quest for the truth. A father who he had never known. Romance, patriotism and espionage, a forgotten hero of the second world war, and a father who saved the world, ’Brian Bulls-eye Wilkinson,’ the best rear-gunner in the sky.

Police Constable Brian Wilkinson was born on Merseyside in 1945. Brian and his wife Doreen both grew up together as post-war children in Liverpool on the North-west of England where they married as childhood sweethearts in 1963. Sadly following Doreen’s prolonged illness and battle against cancer, Brian was widowed in 2004.

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Featuring; Jonathan Taylor (Vocal Electro/Acoustic Guitar), Hugh Bradley (Upright Bass), Leigh Stothard (Drims/Percussion), Afterwish (Electric lead/additional Guitar), Tim Moon (Accordion Flute Balalaika), Valdy Totev (Piano), Dimi Dimitrova (Violin).

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Review by: Mark Schultz on Nov. 11, 2013 : (no rating)
I just finished reading the book. I absolutely love this story about a man who gave his life for his country during world war 2 while on a secret mission. This is a little bit of a who-dun-it, with a dash of a sweet love story well mixed in with a lot of history about WW2. There were quite a few spelling errors, the kind that computers miss. i would be honored to help clean those up and make a wonderful book a little bit better.
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