National ambulance and fire magazines have carried pieces about the book.
The National Union of Journalists (NUJ) magazine carried a small review of my book in its February, 2018, issue.
Prospero, the BBC's magazine for staff pensioners, carried a three-quarter page article on my book in the April, 2018, issue. It was the lead item in two pages of reviews of books by ex-staffers.
Industrial Archaeology Review and the Summer Newsletter of the Manchester Region Industrial Archaeology Review are carrying pieces on my book, summer, 2018.
David Edwards Hulme is a retired journalist and broadcaster, mainly writing factual articles and poetry. Some of his work has been published in anthologies and magazines. He is a practising archer and also his club's historian and publicist. He lives in Stockport, Greater Manchester, and is married and a father of two children, and a grandfather.
In 2017, he finally managed to identify his American soldier father after a search lasting more than 25 years - his book emerged out of extensive family research on both sides of the Atlantic. He was delighted to learn that his father wrote poetry and had an uncle who was his high school poet laureate. David's son is also a poet and runs a poetry website, www.pedestrianpoems.com.