Banjoman by Allan Francis Scott

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This is a story that links many people from different backgrounds and different interests. It makes us realise that circumstances, rather than planning; control our day-by-day existence.

Greta, from a small town near ill-fated Dresden and Squadron Leader Jonathan Waddinton-Flax, an injured Lancaster pilot, become linked by circumstances beyond their control. They start a new life in 1945 on the streets of a heavily bombed Nurnberg, make new friends and again circumstances push them in an unexpected direction.

The Dixie band in London and the hilarious happenings that I narrate are intertwined with the complications of love and an understanding that is required to complete Banjoman and Greta's life in post-war England.

This is not all fiction, in fact all the characters are drawn from people I've met and interacted with in London and Germany. The fiction is in the linking of these participants to my story.

I hope you enjoy reading it, as much as I did writing it."

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Published December 10, 2004 by Trafford. 472 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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