Vincent Ashworth's 'Artie - Bomber Command Legend' follows the successful publication of 'For Our Tomorrow He Gave His Today', the story of his fighter pilot brother who was killed in Normandy in 1944. He first developed his writing skills through regular contributions to one of New Zealand's farming magazines, and later, completing reports and lengthy studies, both as a World Bank Consultant and staff member. In 1960, he established and managed Ashworth and Associates, a successful Farm Consulting firm, the first of its kind in New Zealand. On retiring from the World Bank staff he took up Deer farming in New Zealand. Now fully retired, he focuses on writing.
The publisher is establishing a reputation for bringing to print flying stories that inspire and deliver fresh insights ... This is a unique book that includes reproductions of flying logs and is an absorbing read. Highly recommended! * Firetrench 18/03/2015 * Anyone devoted to Bomber Command and especially the Pathfinder Force will love it. Nice job. * War History Online *