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Marty Dickson

Marty Dickson was born in a small market village called Sixmilecross, in the county of Tyrone, Northern Ireland, and spent all of his youth living there. He started to write music at the age of fifteen and played his first live gig at the age of seventeen. His love for Rock music and Motorcycles was to become his passion in life. In 1987, he moved to Cambridge with his then-girlfriend, Elaine, who he married ten years after the day they met. He played Bass guitar in numerous bands over the years, spending most of his time on the road touring or in his studio, writing and recording music. He had some success with one of his songs entering the Top 100 singles charts. He also became a keen restorer of old motorcycles, which he owes to his father, Cecil Dickson, who was an ex Road Racer and restorer himself. In 2015, he decided to give up on the constant touring and recording, and turn to writing books. This is his first book to be released. He has never forgotten his hometown and writes passionately about his love for it. With his second novel underway, Sixmilecross will yet again play a role in it. He still lives with his wife and children in Cambridge, England.

Author's Books
All for the Love of a Father

Six young boys, all under the age of fourteen, had no choice but to undertake a journey laid down by the evil of terrorism. They were asked to swear an oath of revenge, which they duly did without hesitation. Someone else’s ideas forced them to take that oath and, in doing so, made them act like t...

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The Sash and the Crucifix

Lance-Corporal Edward Vickers, was born on the 12th July 1900, in the Tigers Bay area of Belfast, under the shadow of Harland and Wolff Shipyard. Edward and his four friends watched some of the greatest ships ever to be built, as they towered over their streets. These five friends made a playground ...

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