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Paul Sinkinson has written 2 action packed emotional and ruthless thrillers set in France

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Paul Sinkinson was born, raised and educated in Knaresborough, Yorkshire, in the North of England. His college years were spent studying Printing Management at Leeds.

Over his years in business, he successfully diversified, developed and ran a number of leisure orientated businesses, which included a Marina complex and boat construction company, HGV Road Transport and Light Vehicle recovery operation, Corporate entertainment operations, Motorcycle dealership and road race team. Also a firearms dealership and shooting ranges and latterly a 4wd Defensive Driver Training and Off-Road Adventure company.

In 2003, after selling off most of his operations, he and his wife moved to South West France where they live today. He continues to follow his 4wd training enterprise, which has given him the opportunity to travel and work in the remote areas of North Africa, Turkey, East Africa and New Zealand. His adult children and their families live in the UK.

He has always enjoyed writing, an interest that started with contributing both factual and humorous articles to popular shooting magazines in the UK and later to Driver Training websites.

He enjoys travel, reading and music, playing guitar and folk singing. Being known amongst friends and work colleagues as a raconteur, he was encouraged by them to write a novel. The Frenchman's Daughters is his first. The President's Legionnaire is his second.

Book One

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Book 1:
"The Frenchman's Daughters"

The daughters of a French railway engineer are thrown together with a number of British and French soldiers in the aftermath and turmoil of events that followed the Dunkirk evacuation in 1940.

Following an emotional and traumatic escape from the advancing German forces they arrive in England. As a result of their experiences and, the manner that they combated the Nazi regime the three sisters, all civilians, are seconded along with the survivors of their group, into the intelligence section of General De Gualle's newly formed Free French Force. .

After extensive training in England where the younger members start to form the inevitable bonding and love interests, they return to occupied France to undertake a series of missions considered vital for the liberty and honour of France and its Allies. .

Despite living in fear of capture or betrayal, they liberate bullion in transit from the German SS which had been stolen from a prominent Jewish community in Tunisia while it was being transported from Tunis to Bordeaux in France. Later, they are involved with a train robbery to recover millions of francs destined for Germany from the Vichy coffers. .

As the Allied forces land in North Africa they are delegated to delay German troops who are re-occupying Vichy France in an attempt to stop the French Navy based at Toulon from handing their ships to the Allies. .

Part of their brief is to liaise with the resistance loyal to General De Gaulle and to train a number of them into small commando units ready to disrupt any German Forces as they attempt to move north to meet the Allied invasion forces who will inevitably arrive in northern France. .

During their operations, the three sisters take leading rolls in the assassination of the perpetrators of horrific actions of both the Milice forces sending Jewish civilians to the labour and death camps in Germany and also the person considered responsible for the massacre of hundreds of the civilian population of the village of Oradour-su-Glane in the Limousin. .

The story concludes with re-union of the team a number of years after the end of the war.

Book Two

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Book 2:
"The President's Legionnaire"

This fast paced thriller set in 1964 is full of emotion and passion. A young soldier whose father has been killed in a failed attempt to assassinate the French political leader becomes involved in retribution against the perpetrators.

President De Gaulle's outspoken views on the CIA in Europe and the involvement of the USA in south east Asia have made it more likely that he is in imminent danger from the members of an international syndicate of warmongers, drug and arms dealers who are manipulating worldwide events for their mutual gain.

Patrick Turner along with his girlfriend Alice, spearhead a small group of trusted associates against the syndicate leaders in southern France whilst being pursued by agents of the CIA black operations.

Following the outcome of serious action in the French Pyrenees the story concludes with surprising revelations.

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SEO Team Review 1
23 Dec 2016, 16:23
The Frenchman's Daughters is one of those best fact based historical fiction novels, taking us back to the time of World War Two. The plot is wonderfully sketched by the author, using storyline twists to make the reader want to keep on reading. This novel depicts some of the scenarios that were happening during the World War Two. You will never lose your attention while reading this. If you like adventure tales, then this book is for you. A Best read for all adventure lovers.
SEO Team Review 2
23 Dec 2016, 16:24
The Frenchman's Daughters is a novel based around World War Two events that occurred in Europe and North Africa. It takes the reader through those historical times in each of its chapters showing the cruelty of the German Nazis, and their treatment of the French population including the massacre of a whole village. The author delivers an easily understandable storyline with some of the factual material useable as source for historical studies depicting French resistance against both the Germans and its home-grown enemies. The author handles the plot well with totally believable characters and filling it with unexpected twists.
SEO Team Review 3
23 Dec 2016, 16:25
This novel was well worth the money for such a good read. As fact based fiction, the plot for "The Frenchman's Daughters” covers some of what happened in France during World War Two. The three sisters and their resistance group become involved in a series of missions against the Nazi regime during those dangerous days. The way the author has plotted this novel makes the reader feel they are right there alongside the believable characters
SEO Team Review 4
23 Dec 2016, 16:27
This novel, "The Frenchman's Daughters depicts the struggle between the French Resistance and German occupiers during World War Two. Full of unexpected twists, the reader will find that they do not want to put the book down. Both regular and new readers of fact based Second World War fiction will thoroughly enjoy this. The author outlines the training and strategies followed by Allied agents during operations as well as the extremes of cruelties inflicted by the Nazi regime against the local population
SEO Team Review 5
23 Dec 2016, 16:28
Set in France, "The President's Legionnaire" is an action thriller plotted around international politics of the era. This novel was so adventurous and expanded the believable characters in their operations. It narrates with suspense the sequences between the Legionnaires group and International secret agents. The President's Legionnaire was full of unexpected twists and enumerates in an intelligent way the decision-making by the opposing sides. If you are fond of James Bond style novels then "The President's Legionnaire" will more than fulfill your expectations. It highlights the ways politics, corruption, drugs and International crime in mid 60s threatened World security.
SEO Team Review 6
23 Dec 2016, 16:30
If you are a fan of fast paced thrillers and action-based novels, then you are at right place. If you are new to them then you soon will be. Yes, "The President's Legionnaire" will provide you with a literary feast. Set in France, the author plots the story from the past to the present of 1964. It's about the young Legionnaire Pat Turner and his girlfriend Alice and their associates who are set against the “Black Operations” of CIA agents, Drug Barons and corrupt war-mongering Industrialists. Each chapter brings with it an unexpected twist in the storyline that makes the reader want for more
SEO Team Review 7
23 Dec 2016, 16:31
Amidst historical events, "The President's Legionnaire" depicts the operations against the “Black Operations” run by CIA agents in Europe during the 1960’s. This is fast paced action with plenty of twists and turns. The author writes in such a way as to take you right into the action alongside his characters so that you experience their emotions as they come up against the evil effects of the warmongers, drug and weapon dealers during that period. The interaction between the main character Patrick Turner, his girlfriend Alice and the rest of his team shows the writer's understanding of comradeship and decision making under the duress of combat situations.
SEO Team Review 8
23 Dec 2016, 16:33
"The President's Legionnaire" highlights the likely CIA agent “Black” operations in Europe. Fast paced right from chapter one through to the finish this exciting novel was full of thrills and action. It follows undercover operations, highlighting the difficulties. Set in the 1960s it shows how the agents combatted their enemies without the aid of the modern technology enjoyed today. The way Patrick Turner and his partner Alice handle the developing situations with fast tactical thinking makes the reader sit on the edge of their seat. This novel is a treasure and should take a high place in anyone's action thriller collection.
SEO Team Review 9
24 Dec 2016, 07:34
If you are the lover of history, action or thriller based novels, then you can grab those written by Mr. Paul Sinkinson. "The Frenchmen's Daughters" takes you to the 1940s and covering covert military operations during World War Two, The second novel "The President Legionnaire" takes you to 1960s and it enumerates the operation of a young soldier, (The President’s Legionnaire) against the agents of CIA “Black” operations, the Mafia and war mongering Industrialists in Europe. Patrick Turner is the main action hero in this novel.
SEO Team Review 10
24 Dec 2016, 07:35
Paul Sinkinson's novels are 5* Action Adventure Thrillers. Both "The Frenchman's Daughters" and "The President's Legionnaire” include historical fact for the period that they are set in. The author provides a feast of twists and turns throughout that involve the reader with the characters and their emotions. "The Frenchman's Daughters" novel takes us to the 1940s during World War Two. It portrays the lives of three sisters who engage with others in covert activities in France operating against the German Nazis. "The President's Legionnaire" depicts another exciting fast paced undercover operation against the CIA “Black” operations in Europe during 1960s. Both these novels take you through those periods with every page demanding the reader keep going so that you just don’t want to put the books down.

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