Has written several short stories broadcast on BBC radio.
Literary critic for both BBC Newcastle and Tyne Tees TV
Gordon’s published works include:
1st novel based on local mining disaster in 1862
2nd novel based on infamous derailing of the “Flying Scotsman” train in 1926.
3rd novel, a satire following nationwide corruption expose in local governments.
4th novel based on a US liberty ship sunk in the Thames Estuary during WW11. Still there today with over 2000 tons of explosives still on board.
5th novel A “rites of passage” saga published as an E book.
The Darkness of the Morning Bachman and Turner 1975 (reissued Futura 1976) ISBN978-0859740203
A Waking of Rooks Kindle (Ebook) 2011 ASIN B005LDNL48
What do you do when you’ve retired following managerial positions with Rolls Royce Nuclear and a Swedish company specialising in nuclear decommissioning projects? Well. if you have a few published novels already under your belt, you can help others with developing the skills to do the same … (writing novels, we mean, not nuclear decommissioning!).
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