Tony Judge lives in Worcestershire, England. He writes novels, short stories, satirical pieces and short poems. He makes a living as a freelance writer, is the author of several non-fiction books, published by BWCS and ARCchart, and is a member of the UK Society of Authors. He produced his first novel, Sirocco Express, in 2006; it has subsequently received many excellent reviews. It describes the experiences of a young Nigerian student at the hands of people smugglers while travelling from Lagos to London. In 2010, he completed his second novel, The Whole Rotten Edifice. In this work of historical fiction, set during the desperate defence of Moscow in 1941/2, a father and daughter fight for the Red Army: he as a general, she as a sniper.
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The Whole Rotten Edifice
During the desperate defence of Moscow in 1941/2, a father and daughter fight for the Red Army: he as a general, she as a sniper.
After Moscow escapes from imminent disaster, both become involved in a series of battles to the west of the city. The famous Russian victories at Stalingrad, Kursk and Leningrad have overshadowed the offensives around Rzhev and Vyazma, because the latter failed.
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