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The Last Glass-bookcover

By: Geoffrey Carn

The Last Glass

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A man arrives in Dallas the day before the assassination of President Kennedy and is involved in events that would change history – what are his intentions on 22 November 1963 and afterwards…?

A policeman receives news that an old friend has died and begins to reminisce with his wife, both will be shocked at the result…

A young boy’s idyllic world is shattered by events in war-torn Greece…

A 16-year-old sneaks out to see his hero, the legendary guitarist Jimmy Parker, in concert and changes his life forever…

Stories that stretch from the beaches of Dunkirk to an Edwardian orphanage, stories of real people and historical events that would change the world. This collection of short stories unites the author’s passion for history, writing and playing with the possibilities of ‘what if’.

Carefully researched and with an eye for detail, some will surprise, some will shock – and all will entertain.

Geoffrey Carn was born in the northwest of England and spent most of his childhood in the Far East and Germany, moving with his father’s army postings.

Having gained a history degree, he worked for local newspapers before qualifying as a registered nurse—a career he enjoyed for 30 years.

Retiring as a nurse, he returned to his first love: writing, one shared with distant relative, James Joyce.

After travelling extensively in Europe and the United States, Geoffrey now lives with his family on the edge of Saddleworth Moor.

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