Clinchandhill was born in the Netherlands and after writing his first short stories in his youth he left his writing passion to pursue a career in photography and later on made a second and third career change into Finance and Elderly care. After 30 years he's back with his first novel; Kursk, the tragedy of 118 men. A story based on true facts.
As James Mitchel struggles to come to terms with the Kursk tragedy that claimed 118 Russian lives, he and his family relocate to Venezuela where he takes up a new role as military attaché to the US Embassy in Caracas.
After stumbling upon a plot to overthrow the democratically-elected government of Hugo Chávez, he finds himself in the midst of a coup that his own country appears to be involved in
The uncensored version of what might have happened tells the story with the real names of the people involved and more extra pages with new facts about what really happened.
Kursk, a story of bravery, tragedy and the lethal folly of pride. Kursk is a not to miss political thriller.
In the summer of 2000 the Russian submarine Kursk sailed out carrying a super torpedo for testing in the Barents Sea. After a collision with a US submarine the Russian Sub sinks and naval intelligence commander Mitchel James gets caught between a cover up and his own rescue plan.