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William Buggins

After failing English Language and English Literature at GCE O level in 1967, the author was apprenticed to a firm of lithographic printers but still maintained an interest in books and writing. A father to two daughters and grandfather to three granddaughters, the author now lives with his partner in Glastonbury and East Anglia.
His first novel was years in the cauldron but now is ready for tasting. He has written several short stories and items of serious and humorous poetry, yet to be published.


  • Bessomthwaite Two Eight Eight


    After discovering the origin of the biological agent that killed his wife and two sons in Iraq during the coalition operation Desert Storm, Eric Lomas, a top agent for the British Secret Service intends to exact revenge upon the very people he used to serve so effectively.

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