Sam Worthington has been around for about twenty years working as a travel writer, bar and restaurant reviewer for several print publications as well as many websites. As can be seen from the website samworthington.com is a nom de plume of a successful restaurateur and publican.
A student of economics Tim Randall was a keen politician in his youth and was member of the Hyde Park Tories and vice chairman of Chelsea Young Conservatives. He received international publicity as the pirate postmaster general during the postal strike of 1971. At that time he ran a building business in Chelsea and also was involved in various nightclubs as well as being a sort after party Disc Jockey. In the mid seventies, Sam worked for the electronic security industry selling advanced digital coding systems. In the early nineties Tim was the director of the Budapest Week, the first English Language paper in Eastern Europe (as it then was). He has worked in Turkey, Portugal, Holland, Italy, Spain, Hungary, Poland, Thailand and now lives in the Philippines: in addition he has traveled extensively in Europe, Asia and America.
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How to be a savvy restaurant reviewer
Worldwide restaurant reviewer Sam Worthington provides an easy to read guide to writing restaurant reviews. Sam is known for his forthright views, no nonsense and often amusing accounts of his dining experiences. An invaluable guide for anybody starting out as a reviewer as well as worthwhile advice and tips for experienced critics.
Kelly - The bar girl who would be president
The story is based in the fictitious Ramage Islands a former British colony and SE Asian state run by a wealthy elite who belittle the downtrodden and often desperately poor masses.
This is a fast paced story that looks into the soul of Asian governance as well as the way the West treats the third world.
A Sperlative View
Two Labradors, Sam a gun dog and Worthington an ex- pub dog, have a series of hilarious adventures in both the big city and the countryside. Totally believable, the author manages to convince the reader that this is how dogs both communicate and feel about the world in which they live. Their escapades range from swimming in the Serpentine to framing a cat for stealing chickens.
Early on Tuesday morning Security consultant Ted Dennison receives a phone call from a nightclub hostess and within minutes he is involved in one violent incident after another. It is clear the girl’s life is in danger but nobody knows why. Ted desperately looks for clues in 1970’s London as a vicious bombing campaign threatens to bring the city to a halt.
Over seven years after Armageddon, Aquitaine is doing better than everybody else in Europe - it has become the economic and manufacturing powerhouse of the region. The General, Ted Dennison, is quietly confident - that is until somebody tries to kill him . From that moment onwards everything starts to go wrong.
12 months after a nuclear apocalypse the survivors are facing the challenges to build a viable society. a variety of threats continue to bedevil their lives. They set about drafting a constitution to lay new ground rules for the future and right the wrongs of pre-apocalypse governance. A wasteland is being turned into a new world where many old rules no longer apply .
Airliners leave cities around the world, all heading for Europe. By the time they arrive, the world has changed beyond recognition as MAD (mutually assured destruction) has happened. 4 planes land in France where they find a destroyed infrastructure, They set about surviving in an alien land with no power of other services. They need to secure the environment and ensure their future.
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