The author is a miner's son born in a mining colliery in N E England.
He enjoyed his time, 1947 - 1949, in the RAF.
Allan qualified as vet in 1954 at Liverpool University.
The author then worked as veterinary assistant until 1960 in Bridlington, Stockton, and Barnard Castle.
He began his own practice in Peterlee in 1960.
Allan has always been interested in history, in ballroom dancing since 1949, and in gardening since 1960.
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Pain and Principle
by Allan Henderson
The defence in the South West is initially by the Britons under King Ursus, aided by the Romans. After his death it is continued by his son Caius, and eventually by his son Artorius.
They are all influenced by the Dark Ones, a mysterious race who practice ancient magic and Artorius seems to emerge as being the basis for the legend of King Arthur and his Round Table.
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