I will be giving a presentation on Two Trees to the Black Country Society at The Black Country Museum in Dudley in February 2015
Some recent comments about Two Trees as it reaches a wider audience:
I have read your book and found it very engrossing and a very interesting reflection of relationships at the time. Well done. G.B.
Engrossing: It is a book that draws you into its clutches and makes you reflect on what causes mistrust between individuals of different nationalities and races in a period of time that instant communication was not present. 4* Karen G (Amazon)
Just a note to say I read Two Trees and enjoyed it tremendously. S.B.
Thank you for sending me the news of your book. I was given it by one of my daughters as a birthday present, and have just finished reading it, and enjoyed it so much. F.B.
I enjoyed reading your book so much. It is an eye-opening book with very convincing real-life characters. It is so well written. Our time needs more books like yours. M.S.
I hope that you will autograph my copy of your very excellent book Two Trees. Unusually for me ...I read it in a week as I found it a difficult book to put down! The book really conveyed to me the thoughts, fears, emotions and prejudices that were prevalent among the generation in those far off WW1 days. A.A.
I am so glad I have read Two Trees as I found the story so sensitively written showing an incredible insight into the whole situation, both before, during and after the First World War. A very heartening story of love, friendship, comradeship and humanity at such an extremely challenging time, showing a very sympathetic portrayal of all the characters involved. J B
Geoffrey Greenhough was brought up in the Black Country and studied at Birmingham,Cambridge and London Universities. After a short spell in commercial banking, he taught History in Nottingham and London schools for twenty five years. He retired to Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire to undertake voluntary work and to write the novel Two Trees.