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They Will Pay the Ultimate Price
The Last Book of the Trilogy
by James H Bragg

Overview


Henry James was born at Queensberry, an 18th century 38 bedroomed Manor House, into an aristocratic English family. He went to the best school in the city of Oxford, where he became the Captain of the cricket team. After school, they accepted him into Oxford University where; he passed with Honours. After University, Henry followed his father, Lord David James, into investment banking. Travelling around the world regularly, to see his clients, and never once does he lose them any money. He has made a very good life for himself, becoming a self-made multi-millionaire. He likes good quality cars and his Malö Yachts. He is very good at several sports, cricket, golf, shooting, cross country running, and horse riding.

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Description


The third book of the trilogy carries on where the second book finished, Henry goes missing and when he is found, it takes many years to get the old Henry back.

Captain Michael James Gordon plays a Major part in Henry's life. Annika takes over while Henry is incapacitated, Michael and one of the young ladies become an item and work very well together. The renovations are going really well and the team keeps finding more aircraft than anybody thought possible. Again, more staff are needed and the workshops and hangers need to be enlarged. Things are going very well at Chalgrove, and all staff are very happy and feel lucky they work for Henry James.

Four years later the old Henry comes back to them, everybody is so relieved and happy.

The team help Janet out a few times and save more Israeli lives.

Annika starts her wedding plans for the second time and dates are made and Annika decides on a new venue.

Two weeks before their wedding, and they have to make an unexpected flight to Jolo Island to check out six aircraft. In Henry's excitement to get these aircraft, he does not check out this man.

A dramatic ending to the third book, however, Henry finally gets Victoria to agree to a Major change.

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About the author


I was born in the city of Coventry which is in the county of Warwickshire, England, I have also lived and worked in South Africa, France, and Greece. I started my working life as a fitter and turner at an aircraft factory just outside of Coventry. I was made redundant when the factory was closed down. In 1969 I emigrated to South Africa and after six months I felt I did not wish to be a fitter and turner anymore. I joined Ingersoll Rand the compressed air company. Where they trained me to sell compressors and pneumatic tools. I enjoyed this type of work and made a lot of friends in the car plants that I called on. When my youngest son was a few months old, a disaster struck and we decided that South Africa was not the country to raise small children. So in 1985, I returned to England where I started up a pleasure boat business. It was a disaster and we lost a lot of money. Moved to France where a Scotsman taught me how to build and maintain golf courses. I was offered a position on the Island of Create to build and maintain the first 9 hole golf course on the island. I really enjoyed living in Greece, but as the saying goes, nothing lasts forever. I have started writing fiction novels which I am enjoying very much. I also take photographs of places I travel to around the world. I am now retired and live in a village just outside of Royal Tunbridge Wells, in the county of Kent in Southeast England.
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Book details

Genre:FICTION

Subgenre:Romance / Contemporary

Language:English

Series title:The Life of Henry James

Series Number:3

Pages:187

eBook ISBN:9781098345518


Overview


Henry James was born at Queensberry, an 18th century 38 bedroomed Manor House, into an aristocratic English family. He went to the best school in the city of Oxford, where he became the Captain of the cricket team. After school, they accepted him into Oxford University where; he passed with Honours. After University, Henry followed his father, Lord David James, into investment banking. Travelling around the world regularly, to see his clients, and never once does he lose them any money. He has made a very good life for himself, becoming a self-made multi-millionaire. He likes good quality cars and his Malö Yachts. He is very good at several sports, cricket, golf, shooting, cross country running, and horse riding.

Read more

Description


The third book of the trilogy carries on where the second book finished, Henry goes missing and when he is found, it takes many years to get the old Henry back.

Captain Michael James Gordon plays a Major part in Henry's life. Annika takes over while Henry is incapacitated, Michael and one of the young ladies become an item and work very well together. The renovations are going really well and the team keeps finding more aircraft than anybody thought possible. Again, more staff are needed and the workshops and hangers need to be enlarged. Things are going very well at Chalgrove, and all staff are very happy and feel lucky they work for Henry James.

Four years later the old Henry comes back to them, everybody is so relieved and happy.

The team help Janet out a few times and save more Israeli lives.

Annika starts her wedding plans for the second time and dates are made and Annika decides on a new venue.

Two weeks before their wedding, and they have to make an unexpected flight to Jolo Island to check out six aircraft. In Henry's excitement to get these aircraft, he does not check out this man.

A dramatic ending to the third book, however, Henry finally gets Victoria to agree to a Major change.

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About the author


I was born in the city of Coventry which is in the county of Warwickshire, England, I have also lived and worked in South Africa, France, and Greece. I started my working life as a fitter and turner at an aircraft factory just outside of Coventry. I was made redundant when the factory was closed down. In 1969 I emigrated to South Africa and after six months I felt I did not wish to be a fitter and turner anymore. I joined Ingersoll Rand the compressed air company. Where they trained me to sell compressors and pneumatic tools. I enjoyed this type of work and made a lot of friends in the car plants that I called on. When my youngest son was a few months old, a disaster struck and we decided that South Africa was not the country to raise small children. So in 1985, I returned to England where I started up a pleasure boat business. It was a disaster and we lost a lot of money. Moved to France where a Scotsman taught me how to build and maintain golf courses. I was offered a position on the Island of Create to build and maintain the first 9 hole golf course on the island. I really enjoyed living in Greece, but as the saying goes, nothing lasts forever. I have started writing fiction novels which I am enjoying very much. I also take photographs of places I travel to around the world. I am now retired and live in a village just outside of Royal Tunbridge Wells, in the county of Kent in Southeast England.
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