Jack Dunnill achieved his boyhood dream of working in Fleet Street at the age of 25 and spent more than 30 years as a Daily Mail reporter. He has finally found time to write “that first novel”.He had previously written plays and sketches, not for publication, but for performance by a local award-winning drama group, of which he was a founder member 23 years ago and is currently publicity officer.Football fan, moderate golfer, hard-rock enthusiast and critic, he is a long-time traveler but relative newcomer to the delights of cruising. Married with two daughters, Jack has lived most of his adult life in the “Summer Wine” town of Holmfirth. He describes his wife Beryl, paradoxically, as “my biggest critic and supporter”.
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Dancing With The Captain
Are all cruises like this?It was a whole new world to award-winning tabloid reporter Alan Hale. he finds a motley crew aboard the £500 million White Satin as it sails serenely across the Atlantic, down the coast of Brazil, then on to Buenos Aires. Among them an amorous captain, a phantom photographer, a saboteur, a psychotic gunman and a mystery man planning to kidnap one of the girls.
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