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David Fiddimore - Author


David Fiddimore was born in 1944 in Yorkshire and is married with two children. He worked for five years at the Royal Veterinary College before joining HM Customs and Excise, where his work included postings to the investigation and intelligence divisions. Tuesday’s War is the first in a proposed trilogy featuring Charlie Bassett.

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Tuesday's War
David Fiddimore
A heartfelt and uplifting story of friendships and passions bound by danger in World War Two, Tuesday's War is the highly acclaimed debut finalist of Richard & Judy's How to Get Published competition 2005
Format: Paperback - Released: 16/09/2005
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