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Following on from last weeks blog post about the British Spy School at Bletchey Park, I thought it would be interested to look at its influence during the war and beyond. The team at Bletchley Park was responsible for breaking codes which were being sent out from several countries during its operation, including: Germany Even… Read More

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There’s something incredibly exciting about entering the real life world of spies. The British “Spy School” during the second world war was at Bletchley Park – responsible for breaking the Enigma Code and sparking the development of the modern computer. I would love to have been part of the code breaking team back then, as… Read More

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If you’ve read my New Savants book you’ll know that one of the characters has the ability to move objects through the power of thought. Is it pure fantasy, or could it be possible? I hope so! Throughout history there has been a large amount recorded and researched about those that have special abilities. A… Read More

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Following on from my post last week about animals who have been used as spys, I thought it would be interesting to write about war pigeons – something I discovered on a visit to Bletchley Park (where the Enigma machine was decoded) last year. Pigeons have been used for centuries, during wars, to carry messages.… Read More

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Spys come in all shapes and sizes (and not just unsuspecting teenagers – Sam Trowel!) Here’s an amusing look at some of the brave animals that have been used in the name of espionage. The training of animals to be used in military intelligence dates as far back as ancient Greece. This continues in modern… Read More

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There’s something wise and magical about old trees and one of the best places in England to see some ancient trees is at Burnham Beeches which I used as a setting in the fourth book in the Moon Stealer series. I was particularly interested in the Druid’s Oak trees and their deep rooted connection to… Read More

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