"Winter spring" finds Peter, under the sharp eye of his long-suffering wife Ellie, struggling to shake off the relaxed Spanish tranquiloness that he has now mastered all too well. Old friendships have been established and new ones are found as the Kerrs
Kerr examines the erosion of human rights in the West, with particular reference to Britain and the United States. A disturbing look at where the future might lead, if we don't realise what's going on.
Having battled and succumbed to the manana pace of rural Mallorca, spring sees Peter Kerr and his family relaxing into a supposedly simpler way of life, growing oranges on their little farm, Ca's Mayoral. However, even after the trials, tribulations, and
This book offers a fresh view of postwar British politics, very much at odds to the dominant view in contemporary scholarship. The author argues that postwar British politics, up to and including the Blair Government, can be largely characterised in terms
How a Scotsman and his family lived the dream, making their vacation home permanentand how the local neighbors helped them endure that "dream" I could hardly believe my eyes. A cold mantle of white was rapidly transforming our sunny paradise