Pathfinder Company - The Philistines

#1
Pathfinder author Graham Gillmore will be talking about his new book and signing copies on the 16th September at the London Club of the Rifles I'm told. Places are limited so you need to register interest with the guys at 30 Degrees South okes - steve@30degreessouth.co.uk

I've seen a preview of the book - it's ace!
:eek:
 
#2
candleford said:
Pathfinder author Graham Gillmore will be talking about his new book and signing copies on the 16th September at the London Club of the Rifles I'm told. Places are limited so you need to register interest with the guys at 30 Degrees South okes - steve@30degreessouth.co.uk

I've seen a preview of the book - it's ace!
:eek:
I've not seen the preview / draft but I've listened in on a few ex-members who are UK based, discussing it. It's coming out in tandem with a CD featuring many of the principal names featured in the book being interviewed on their views of the ops undertaken by them.
Best of luck with it Graham. I hope it does well.
 
#4
Sounds like an interesting book.

BTW You may want to edit the title.
 
#5
Got pissed with GP a couple of months back. Cuts, you missed a good one. Got to track 'em down and do it again when next you're in town.
 
#6
An excellent evening - thanks guys. Yet another book to add to my overloaded bookshelves!
 

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#7
The Sgt Maj of 44 would have been there had it been a week earlier or later, so who's Toc-H idea was it to have the launch coincide with the Arnhem commemorations ?




Sterek Lardbeast, make that a definite joll !
I scheme we best make it a complete w/e :-D
 

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#8
Tartan_Terrier said:
Sounds like an interesting book.

BTW You may want to edit the title.

Can't do that T_T, it was the Clutchplates who gave the lads the name in the first place.
 
#9
Roy Kaulbach died last night in UK. RIP
 

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