Robin Hawdon Books
The Land, The Land
Roger Oldfield farms sheep in one of the most beautiful valleys in the Yorkshire Dales. Roger and his family – Annie his wife, daughter Lily, and autistic son, Danny – battle against the billionaire’s company, the greedy neighbouring farmer, the local council, and powerful forces within London’s political circles. Civil war looms.
Almost Famous: Recollections
Few people’s careers have spanned as many aspects of the show business world as have Robin Hawdon’s. From stage, TV, and film actor (who came close to being James Bond), to playwright performed in over forty countries, to West End stage director, to mainstream Theatre Director, to five star novelist, his activities include both triumphs and major setbacks.
Number Ten (Downing Street)
NOW OUT AS AN AUDIOBOOK
Unknown forces attempt to assassinate radical new British Prime Minister, James Torrence. No-one knows whether they were organised by business magnates, criminal oligarchs, or jihadist extremists, all of whom are threatened by his rule. What is known is that they are getting information from inside Number Ten Downing Street.
“Wow! Number Ten begins in explosive fashion and maintains a high-octane, fast pace until the very last word.” Linda Hill
Charley Poon’s Pomes
Charley Poon’s Pomes cover everything from youthful games and exploits, to the problems of growing up, to the ups and downs of school and family life, to the joys of country and seaside holidays….
A Rustle in the Grass
Epic Young Adult story first published as a Hamlyn ‘Book Of The Month’, and now republished by Thistle.
‘In the secret world beneath the grasses lies an empire in turmoil. A revered leader had died and, as the enemy prepares its armies for war, rebellion is whispered through the undergrowth….
Survival of the Fittest
Does God really exist? Are science and religion incompatible bedfellows? Charles Darwin shook philosophy to its foundations with his theory of evolution, yet strangely, he himself refrained from commenting in depth about the religious implications….