In a bizarre coincidence Stephen Mayfield is once again trapped in rubble; following a terrorist bomb attack on the Royal Courts of Justice. He again suffers similar pain and anguish to that which he had experienced as a young boy. In his distress, he examines his past life and deeply regrets the errors he has made... More Info
The novel ‘Joe’s Secret’ is about a staggering episode in the lives of Dale Stephens and his partner Patricia Arlington. Dale is a newly qualified solicitor in Newhaven. Somewhat reluctantly, he accepts the task to find the heirs of Joe Bishop; apparently a kindly old man who died intestate... More Info
This collection of muses have been compiled in an ordered fashion; for those who like that sort of thing. Therefore, the work is divided into nine sections namely: Viewpoint, Romance, Nature, Sport, Travel, Festive days, Fun, People, and lastly some Random Thoughts. The author makes no apology for his occasional rudeness, controversy or amorous outbursts... More Info
This novel is about an old man and his life with a long-suffering wife who copes with chauvinism and infidelity. It covers incidents in The Old Man’s life that are amusing, sad, romantic and deceitful; the last category of which, he sincerely regrets. He bemoans many things that reflect the fast-moving developments in society with which he cannot come to terms... More Info
Unlike the previous collection, the muses are in no particular order. Most are new; some mirror the author’s experiences; others are what friends and acquaintances faced. A few are repeated, by request, from the first collection. The jottings at the end of each muse were made at meetings or are from his novels... More Info
This is an irreverent tale about a village that is part of a large seaside town. The story is told by a retired dustman. He’s a right wing, male chauvinist, seldom given to politeness or tact. He has, though, an active imagination and, beneath it all, beats a kind heart... More Info
William Cornford is the nom de plume of an author and poet who has a maths and science based BA degree. He is a Fellow of the Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry Society, a Member of the Royal Aeronautical Society and an Honorary Fellow of Brunel University.
At Brunel he is the Senior Research Fellow at the Brunel Centre for Intelligence and Security Studies and has lectured at many other universities on intelligence or imagery-related matters.
He spent many years in defence intelligence while serving with the RAF and rose to the rank of Group Captain. In 1983 he was awarded the OBE
He now lives in Sussex with his wife Pam and his hobbies are golf, traveling and writing.
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