It was 1971, her dad suggested Beth Hindle should be a lawyer. The Headteacher of her newly reformed comprehensive school replied that only boys from his school studied law. A productive and successful career in law, in public service including a judicial appointment, did follow eventually. The book is an expression of the writer’s massive gratitude to her father for being the perfect inspirational and challenging role model and never taking anything for granted.
If you want to know how to live beyond the age of 99 with joy in your heart, then read this book. Share in the wisdom, stories, and adventures of a man living through the 20th century, who fought the Nazis first in Africa and then in Europe, never being able to return home in three years.Born shortl...