'A terrific and compelling story which highlights mental and physical challenges that many who have served will recognise.' General Sir Nick Parker, Commander British Forces Afghanistan 2010
'A cracking, believable yarn made even more authentic by the wonderfully descriptive sailing scenes – and by falling in love with the true heroine, the Bristol Channel pilot cutter Draca.' Ewen Southby-Tailyour OBE, Yachtsman of the Year 1982
‘Tension release, tension release, fear, laughter, fear, lust, so you don’t notice the tightening of the noose … the story sucks you in and won’t let go' Suzie Wilde, Author of Sea Paths and Obsidian
'A really cracking read about a soldier who attacks his battlefield demons through his passion for sailing - and sadly still needs help' Sir Peter Wall, President of Combat Stress
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About the Author
GEOFFREY GUDGION served for over ten years in the armed forces, and made his first attempts at writing fiction during quiet moments on deployment. He later stepped off the corporate ladder, in the midst of a career in marketing and general management, specifically to release time to write. His first novel, Saxon’s Bane, reached #1 in Amazon Kindle’s ‘Ghost’ category, and he now writes full time. When not crafting words he is an enthusiastic amateur equestrian and a very bad pianist.
Geoff Gudgion is ... DRACA is published in support of Combat Stress, the UK’s leading charity for veterans’ mental health. When a veteran is having a tough time, we’re there to help tackle the past and to help them take on the future.