Nigel Davies-Williams

Biography

Nigel Davies-Williams started off his career as a police officer, ending up as a police detective before then re-training to become a maths and science teacher, which he did for five years. Afterwards he spent time in the National Health Service. His main love has always been writing though but not as a professional or published author. He has always held a fascination with genealogical research and as an ex-detective with a fascination for family history, he longed to find out what happened to his uncle after he went missing over Greece in 1941. Years of research and some startling facts has produced this sensitively written and emotional story.

Books by Nigel Davies-Williams

Gerald's War by Nigel Davies-Williams. Book cover
Gerald is ‘Missing Feared Killed!’ Would he ever get home now he’d lost his lucky mascot, but did he even want to? Gerald Davies, the eponymous hero of the book has a difficult childhood. His mother, suffering from epilepsy, is forced into an asylum by his father who has taken up with a woman half his age. Unknown to Gerald, the person he knows as his aunt is his real mother. It's 1936 and to escape, Gerald walks the short distance to the local RAF base and joins up.
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