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Under God's Table

Today's headlines and tomorrow's.  

Two boyhood friends, an Arab and a Jew from Iraq grow up to become deadly enemies living, loving and fighting across the globe.

Beginning their journey as Ehud and Moiz, the new world gives them westernized names, Eddie and Mo.  They grow up to be secretly radicalized warriors, each convinced they are right and that any means are justified in order to achieve victory. 

Can their brotherly love survive a never-ending war? Is the love these two boys once enjoyed more enduring than their hate against impossible odds?

The story climaxes when Israel's famed security service, Mossad, discovers where Iraq's weapons of mass destructiona are hidden scratched on the bottom of an ancient table. A frantic race ensues to discover the weapons.

Against a background of societies collapsing into anarchy, are the two men, now implacable enemies, once blood brothers, Eddie and Mo.  Whoever wins their private war will inherit the world.

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The Butterfly Boy

This powerful book takes the reader on a dramatic, sweeping journey through two World Wars in Germany and races on around the globe throughout that tumultuous century. The Butterfly Boy is the story of Arnie, who as a small boy loses the use of his arms through polio, yet conquers this to grow up to be the "greatest mouth painter in the world".

Born in a sleepy German town, Arnie rises to become one of Hitler's favourite artists despite his handicap and Jewish mother. Arnie risks his life to undertake covert activities for the Allies and the Christian resistance movement. Arnie matures into a great handsome bull of a man, who, despite not having the use of his arms still manages to be a great womaniser and hell raiser. The conflict between Arnie and his childhood nemesis, now senior Nazi officer, Ratwerller, is a battle to the death that flashes through their lives like a sharpened razor. They stop at nothing to seek the destruction of one another.

After the war, Arnie, the Butterfly Boy, builds the Mouth Painting Charity around the world from which he makes tens of millions of dollars whilst destroying anyone that stands on his way. But it is his own waywardness and his unresolved past that haunts him. This is the story of an extraordinary man, taking an extraordinary journey during extraordinary times. You will love and fear for Arnie, and be hypnotised by him.

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The Who and I

Why this book? It is my account of a time and a place, of making films and a group called The Who. Together, like it or not, we made a special documentary feature-length movie called The Kids Are Alright, named after one of their songs, which have the happy habit of turning into anthems for their place and time. Almost all the main players in this drama about the film’s production were in their twenties or thirties when this story was taking place in the early 1970s. I was a young but relatively experienced filmmaker of about 26 when it started, and about 28 when it ended, although I felt like an old geezer.

It is also an attempt to put the record straight.


It’s natural for people to remember stories and incidents to suit themselves but I have tried to be accurate and my record-keeping was good. It helps that my memories were written at the same time as or soon after the events concerned, and I was always straight when I worked – I never used heavy drugs, which cloud and distort memory. But I was always too busy to deal with the past when the future was beckoning. I have always wanted to get on with the present and take the future as it comes. I had simply walked away. Now I’m older I have returned. It’s time that someone recounted these events with some accuracy.

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