The Boy In Wellington Boots

Endearing and equally shocking, The Boy In Wellington Boots is a true story. It faithfully recounts a childhood lost, as seen through the eyes of the young boy who lived through it, and with the hindsight of the adult author. The story charts the fallout for a family plucked from home and deposited in a strange and unfamiliar land where they are torn apart by infidelity and poverty. More

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Words: 61,790
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301970537
About VM Frost

Vm (Jack) Frost was born in Stamford, Lincolnshire. Moving with his Air Force parents to the Mediterranean island of Malta in the 1960’s, he remained there until 1976, when he returned to the UK to complete his education. Leaving school with negligible qualifications, he joined the British army where, after completing several operational tours, he left as a senior non-commissioned officer. Since then, he has undertaken such diverse work as: grill chef, baker, mechanic, and builder. After a period working as a residential social worker with troubled adolescents, he became a police officer; firstly with Thames Valley Police, and then later the Metropolitan Police, where for the remainder of his15 years service, he served on the front line carrying out both investigatory work and public order duties, including the quelling of the 2011 Tottenham riots. Front Stack is his fourth book.

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