Operation OBE: Review by Wise Grey Owl – UK

Wise Grey Owl - United Kingdom. I so enjoyed all of the other books in this series, including this one. The two main characters, Max & Olivia, impart a magic to the stories that I haven't met in other novels. The interplay between them is funny, the essence of humanity. Larger than life, a fantastic believable unbelievable

Operation OBE – On sale now

The critics are calling Operation OBE, the best book in the Max & Olivia series.   Eccentric Max & his wife Olivia, our 87-year-old spies, face their greatest challenge. Living out their days on board the Queen Mary 2, they are suddenly dragged back into the world of international espionage and an undeclared war with Russia.   From

Napoleonic Memoir: HMS Junon, Frigates Renommée and the Clorinde

Napoleonic Memoir: What I've learned (thus far), that’s not recorded: The history books record: The ship HOPE, in March, 1810, on her second voyage to Tobago in Bristol ownership (John Litson, master), was reported taken by two French frigates. We now know those French frigates were: The Renommée and the Clorinde. The French frigates

A remarkable occurrence 1809 to 1814

Napoleonic Wars: I was recently given, by my 97 year old aunt, a short memoir by a distant relative, John Gayford or Gaylord, who was press-ganged into the Royal Navy on board HMS Junon; captured and imprisoned by the French. The original memoir is lost, but was hand copied first in 1876 and then

The Max & Olivia Series

The Max & Olivia series celebrates older people. With its complex female characters and quirky adventures, they are empowering stories. Although fun, the books ask the reader to think deeply. The series has a strong narrative voice and characters you will want to spend time with. The heroes are over

The final book in the Max & Olivia series.

Operation OBE - Over Bloody Eighty The final book in the Max & Olivia series. This book is due for release soon. Eccentric Max and his wife Olivia, our 87-year-old spies, face their final and greatest challenge. Living out their days on board the Queen Mary 2, they are suddenly dragged back into the world of international