Peter Shaw suffered a tremendous ordeal at the hands of a psuedo military organisation in Georgia, held captive for five months and treated brutally until he eventually escaped. This is his powerful and moving story.
In June 2002 Peter Shaw, a banker from Wales was brutally kidnapped by a pseudo military organisation in a busy suburb of Tbilisi, the capital city of Georgia in eastern Europe.
â€˜Holeâ€™ is a harrowing account of his five month captivity and subsequent â€˜escapeâ€™ in November 2002.
â€œA true Welsh heroâ€ Rhodri Morgan
â€œI remember well your ordeal and the courage with which you bore such a terrible experience.â€
Rt. Hon. Lord Patten of Barnes CH (Chris Patten 6 July 2006)
â€œYour personal fortitude and strength of character in the hideous months of your captivity were extraordinary. I join with countless others in expressing my admiration.â€
Rt. Hon. Lord Kinnock
Publication date: 06/11/2006
Publisher: Accent Press Ltd
|Publication date:||6th November 2006|
|Publisher:||Accent Press Ltd|
|Genres:||Biography / Autobiography,|
Peter Shaw was born in Maesteg, Mid-Glamorgan on 15th December 1944 and was educated at a local primary school and Maesteg Grammar School. After leaving school in 1963 he worked for Midland Bank (now HSBC Bank) for thirty-two years attaining four managerial positions. In 1994 he took EVR and worked abroad as a free-lance banking and financial consultant, working mainly for the European Commission in Hungary, Czech Republic, Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Estonia and Georgia. He spent six years in Georgia as Project Team Leader for the European Commission in the establishment and management of the Agro-business Bank of Georgia. He was given ...More About Peter Shaw