Chasing Terrorists. Denis and the Ghost Squad

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Major Denis Campbell’s family had a long and illustrious history of service to the British Empire. Despite his own extensive service & being mentioned in despatches, he was known to some in the family as ‘Disappointing Denis.' In 1951 Denis was sent to Malaya where he fought Communist guerrillas with the Ghost Squad, a Top-Secret unit whose account has never been previously published. More
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About Carole McEntee-Taylor

I write military history, historical fiction and memoirs and sometimes a mixture of all three. I am also a ghost writer of novels and memoirs.
My non fiction, published by by Pen and Sword Books Ltd, include Herbert Columbine VC, Surviving the Nazi Onslaught, A Battle Too Far, Military Detention Colchester from 1947, The Battle of Bellewaarde June 1915, From Colonial Warrior to Western Front Flyer, The History of Coalhouse Fort and A History of Women’s Lives in Scunthorpe.
I have also written a biography of John Doubleday to be included in his book: The Work and published The Weekend Trippers and My War and Peace myself. I am always on the look out for new military memoirs to publish. If you would like to know more please visit my website.

My spiritual books are The Re-Enlightenment and The Holiday From Hell.

My fiction include
Secrets ( a book of six short stories)
Lives Apart: A WW2 Chronicle - a five book series inspired by the true story of my in-laws.
Obsession - a five book series inspired by the true story of the missing POWs at the end of WW2.
Betrayed - a stand alone murder mystery set in WW2 Germany and Palestine.
Secret Lives - a six book series set before and during WW1.
A One Way Ticket - a four book series inspired by the true story of Bill Young through WW2 and beyond.

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About the Series: Real Lives. Memories in Print
Whilst writing A History of Woman's Lives in Scunthorpe for Pen and Sword Books Ltd I was struck by just how important it is to keep our history alive. In particular I feel very strongly that our military history should not be forgotten. However, many publishers are not interested because they are too niche or unlikely to make any money, so I have decided to try and preserve these individual memories myself by publishing memoir books for family and friends and anyone else who would like to read them.

There is NO cost for this. Instead I will keep any royalties and this will go towards my costs. Most books will probably only sell a few copies anyway, but the point is to preserve memories for future generations and to honour those who fought for us. I am also interested in publishing women's wartime stories.  If you would like to know more please contact me.

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