Colin Beazley is the author of the top selling war novel 'One Day in June'.
His trilogy about the village of Doon features 'Within The Mist' as its opening story, introducing some of the strange folk that inhabit this unusual place.
'The Tale of Two Elephants'- a short story for older children and adults - was born from the growing popular concern to protect and preserve the increasingly vulnerable wildlife on this planet.
Colin is busy compiling his collection of short stories - 'Stories my Grandfather told me' and writing his latest novel, a thriller set way up in the Frozen North. Living in the wilds of Devon, England he gains much inspiration from this landscape and his times in The Hebrides.
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VideosOne Day in June video interview
Video Interview with Colin Beazley on his new book One Day In June at Eggesford Airfield in Devon.
The interview takes place in front of a Chipmunk which was the primary trainer aircraft for the Royal Airforce through much of the post-Second World War years.
Colin then walks off and gets into an Auster 3 that was used as a Recon/Spotter plane for the Royal Artillery in World War 2. This particular plane was used in the Burma campaign and is still running today!One Day in June Radio Devon Interview
Interview with author Colin Beazley on Radio Devon from the 12 Mar 12 about his new book, One Day In June, that follows the story of one man's life before, during and after World War 2.
One Day in June
by Colin Beazley
A young man who had long dreamt of becoming a pilot, leaves his home in London and joins the RAF. This novel follows his life as a navigator in a Halifax bomber during WW2, his brushes with death and his part in dangerous SOE missions. Years later he returns to the French countryside to find his wartime sweetheart and learns of the terror that had befallen her quiet village.
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