John Parker (author)


John Parker (author)

John Parker is a British author and journalist.

Journalism

After leaving school, he found work at the Northampton Chronicle and Echo and worked in a number of local newspapers before getting a job in the Bahamas with the Nassau Daily Tribune. After working for Life magazine, he returned to the UK to work for the Daily Mirror as a sub-editor.

Books

He has had 35 books published in hardback, in Military and Investigative genres and biographies.

External links

* [http://www.john-parker.co.uk The Official John Parker website]


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