Phil Beardmore

Biography

After many years of thinking 'I could be a published writer' I'm finally getting round to actually being one. What genre? Travel writing, history, why I'm even working on a piece of fiction.

I live in Birmingham, UK with my 2 daughters (one at university during term time) and in my day job I'm a Sustainability Consultant.

My personal book collection includes politics, cooking, gardening, and as much Nordic crime fiction as I can get my hands on.

Favourite books ever? My Family and Other Animals by Gerald Durrell, which I read as a teenager and eventually inspired me to visit Corfu; and Not Now, Bernard by David McKee, which I read to my children and will one day read to my grandchildren.

Where to find Phil Beardmore online


Books

Lucie Aubrac - the Schoolteacher who fought the Gestapo
By Phil Beardmore
Price: $4.95 USD. Words: 85,820. Language: British English. Published: February 28, 2014. Category: Nonfiction
Never before fully told in English, this is the inspiring biography of Lucie Aubrac, one of the leaders of the French Resistance in Lyon. A true love story involving sabotage, subterfuge and prison escapes, it provides a living example of boundless courage in the face of Nazi terror.

Phil Beardmore’s tag cloud

antifascism    antisemitism    fascism    france    jean moulin    lucie aubrac    lyon    nazism    raymond aubrac    resistance    women