Tony Rudlin


My provenance for writing a story in a book dedicated to Vampires of various persuasions goes back to a murky night Autumnal in the middle of the 20th. Century. The […]

Ingrid's Own Obituary

Ingrid Pitt’s own, self-penned obituary, written for an American newspaper. Ingrid Pitt was destined for great things. A brilliant and innovative surgeon who never-the-less found time to work among the […]

The Home Front

How Potato Pete and Bletchley Park helped save the world. Bletchley Park proved a haven for bridge players and crossword addicts. Bletchley Heath. A place that has earned it’s place […]

A Memory of Churchill

Memories are made of this. And there is no more THIS than Winston Spencer Churchill. Winston with his Darling Clementine. Major events are said to leave a thumb print on […]

Paris in the Springtime

The Homage was ego inflating but the deluge looked like shrinking it and the flowing wine didn’t do the old green jacket any favours. Alfresco art exhibition on one of […]

Under the Southern Cross

Manuel de Anchorena used to be Argentine Ambassador to the Court of St. James. Back home his influence was much more all-encompassing. Anchorena’s Irish wife, Annie. “On this Estancia it […]

Persian Nights

The question remains – should I have taken the sapphires? Or just be satisfied with the award? The award was nice but I still think about the jewels. A question […]