Meet the author: Paul Hooley

Today on the blog we have a Q&A with Pen and Sword author Paul Hooley.

Nuremberg’s Voice of Doom and The Undercover Nazi Hunter are two unique books based on the extraordinary memoirs, life, times and involvements of Wolfe Frank Chief Interpreter at ‘History’s Greatest Trials’ and intrepid undercover reporter for the New York Herald Tribune – as compiled, edited and expanded upon by Paul Hooley

The original and full Q&A featured in History of War magazine.

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Happy Birthday ‘Robinson Crusoe’ – 300 years old, and still going strong!

The 25th April 2019 marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of Robinson Crusoe. Our new release by Mike Rendell looks at some of the stories which inspired Daniel Defoe – stories of bravery, courage, determination and good fortune. In this guest post, Mike explores the ongoing effect of this unique book. Enjoy!

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