Malcolm Angel

Biography

Malcolm Angel is the author of the Best Selling book TOO FEW TOO FAR the true story of (George Thomsen) a Royal Marine Commando. ‘They fought alone – besieged, isolated, and against an overwhelming invasion force – and yet had the enemy reeling on the ropes’
‘The true story of how 22 Marines held off hundreds of Argentinians and disabled a warship on the eve of the Falklands War’ THE DAILY MAIL
Born a Londoner, Malcolm moved to Dorset and spent his formative years literally a stone’s throw from Poole Harbour. It was a good start for a man who is a natural artist, and a lover of nature in its wilder forms. The vast and beautiful harbour, the inland coast of which stretches for a hundred miles around, became his watery playground. And his youth was spent - all seasons and all weather conditions - exploring the distant islands and the Dorset coastline in his rugged Inuit kayak. But, don't mistake this love of the wilderness for introversion, it provided his education in self reliance, whilst instilling a belief in the need to see life's broader picture. Malcolm has worked with people and communities all of his working days - his powers of communication, and dedication, making him Dorset's youngest mayor at the age of 39.
He is a communicator and a keen observer of life, who uses his chequered life experiences, his artist’s imagination and eye for detail, in the creation of his written work.

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Books

Centre Stage
Price: $2.59 USD. Words: 56,080. Language: English. Published: August 8, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Crime thriller
In a darkened Theatre in a coastal UK town retired Special Forces Sgt Mike Bannerman makes a gruesome discovery, the naked body of a theatre director strapped Centre Stage in an evil stage prop with Bannerman's knife in its chest. Implicated in murder, lied to and set up by one of his own, Bannerman is spiralled into a grizzly high octane game of double cross revenge and bloody execution at sea.

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