Duncan‘s early life was largely about hardship and measured poverty in Jamaica. Going strongly in his favour was his ambitions, determination to lift himself to greater heights. Duncan took the first opportunity to follow in his parent‘s footsteps and migrated to the United Kingdom in the early 1960‘s. Now the obstacles were racial, but he circumvented them, acquired a string of academic degrees, entered the Teaching profession and in just over thirteen years, established himself, in West Yorkshire as Britain‘s first Black Headmaster of a secondary school: a feat that Duncan would repeat four years later when he was appointed to the headship of one of Birmingham largest schools.
Three Little Boys
In the wake of a scandalous string of affairs, a double homicide shatters the peace of an elite secondary school, reigniting interest in an earlier crime that had slipped into the shadows, nearly forgotten.The narrative threads through the life of a man whose daily routine is steeped in the perilous...