4 out of 5 stars
Very interesting story. Gives an insight into the methods used to run the engineering plant and the complexes of researching genealogy. Also shows some of the dramatic changes in the lives of men and women in the UK during the late 1960's.
Strongly recommend this book and give four stars.
by Brenda Wright
A metallurgist and former Fellow of the Institute of Corrosion. Now retired.
Main interests: Family, Literature, Orienteering, Genealogy, Running.
Lives in Wiltshire with his wife. They have three children.
Can often be found amongst fellow stragglers at the rear of the field in the Saturday morning Swindon Parkrun.