Clive Strutt

Biography

Clive Strutt has worked as a journalist, photographer, and a probation officer. He and his wife Maggie gave up their salaried jobs when in their forties to go on a seven year cruise in their Vancouver 32 sailing boat – Minden Rose – which they fitted out themselves from a bare hull. Both he and Maggie contributed to the yachting press – Clive was the Mediterranean correspondent for Yachting World for most of their cruising life. They live in Suffolk, England, and travel worldwide contributing articles on their experiences.

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Books

Critical Coercion
Price: $4.50 USD. Words: 79,800. Language: English. Published: February 23, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Action & suspense
A Jihadist terrorist cell threatens a cataclysmic attack on London, at the funeral of former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. Unconstrained by the moral principles of human rights, Fane, and his close protection squad, are thrown into the highly secretive world of The Yellow Cross, a non-aligned, multi-national, action cadre, with a mission to hunt down a murderous jihadist terrorist group.
The King's Egg
Price: $4.00 USD. Words: 84,210. Language: English. Published: March 24, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Action & suspense
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The former SAS man turned probation officer little realised what was in store for him when he visited a dying prisoner – a former friend and confidant of the late King Farouk of Egypt – a visit that would change his destiny and send him on an action-packed Mediterranean sailing quest.

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Smashwords book reviews by Clive Strutt

  • The Adventures of Bluey and Curly on Nov. 25, 2013

    I thought the stories were beautifully descriptive, each one long enough to retain children's interest, but not too long to lose the attention span of youngsters.. Children from a doggie friendly household will immediately be able to identify the behaviour of their dogs with those of Bluey and Curly. In my head I read them all aloud, as if reading it to children — it really to worked for me.The illustrations were equally as delightful, but I thought one or two more in appropriate places might have helped to break up the text