Ends 18.00 hours, 13 November New hardback "Suffering from Cheerfulness - the best bits from The Wipers Times" with forward by Ian Hislop. edited to add Synopsis: This collection lifts the best of the long-forgotten poems, rhymes, limericks and other articles reproduced in the the Wipers Times. They provoke laughter with a lump in the throat and offer an insight into life in the trenches in the First World War. AND Paperback "The Feather Men" by Ranulph Fiennes fair to good condition, mainly due to creased cover, pages secure (none loose) slightly yellowed at edges. At the heart of his stranger-than-fiction story are the Feather Men (so-called for their "light touch''), a covert organization created to protect veterans of the SAS and other elite military units from reprisals by erstwhile foes. Among other adversaries, the vigilantes took on a band of contract killers known as "The Clinic'' in the pay of a Dhofari sheik bent on avenging five sons who had fallen in battle, the hit men stalked and liquidated four former British soldiers, all of whom had fought in Arabia's deserts. The murders, which occurred over a 14-year span beginning in 1977, were carried out in such a way that local police dismissed any possibility of foul play. The Feather Men, however, soon concluded that those they had pledged to safeguard were homicide victims.