Hard To Believe Too Old At Sixteen.
Durham: The Memoir Club, 1999. Hardback in dust jacket. First Edition. Signed to the title page, and inscribed by the author to 'My Mentor Douglas' to the front endpaper. Fine cloth copy in an equally fine dust jacket.
The author's own telling of his thirty four years in the Coldstream Guards, (retiring as Major Quartermaster). Later he became Staff Superintendent at the House of Lords. Full of anecdotes - including some involving Margaret Thatcher, and members of the British Royal Family. With b/w and colour photos, and cartoons by Bill Tidy. 240 pages. 240 x 160 mm (9½ x 6¼ inches).