Peter Hingston is an acclaimed non-fiction author, having written 12 books, including three best-sellers. All his titles have received excellent reviews, and to date over half a million copies have been sold worldwide.
The image of the author appearing as a WW2 GI is to celebrate the publication of his debut novel, The Outsider, which is set against the backdrop of the Battle of the Bulge, the largest battle fought by the US Army during WW2.
The author graduated from Glasgow University with an Engineering degree, and then served in the Royal Air Force on a 6-year short-service commission. On leaving, he studied as a post-graduate at Oxford University. In the following years he ran a number of his own businesses before writing his first best-seller in the mid 1980s which led to a career in writing.
Peter has lived in India, Barbados and Scotland. These days he lives with his wife and family in the beautiful county of Herefordshire in England.
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Two foes meet in no-man’s-land, deep in a Belgian forest in December 1944. One is an innocent medical student who has never seen combat, the other is a battle-hardened Hitler Youth.
But the student is from the present day, and is initially unaware he has travelled back in time. He thinks the youth is a re-enactor.
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