Not In Her Majesty's Service by Guenther Focke

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The setting is a social gathering of unique characters taking place at a remote Scottish castle. The reader is invited to listen in on how Guenther Focke shares anecdotes with this eclectic group of special friends. Riveting episodes from his work as a private investigator intermingle with Guenther's very unique perspective of the British Royal Family as he has experienced it on the bumpy path to putting a name and face to his biological origin. Satisfyingly entertaining to read purely for the candid insights into the tasks of a real private detective, this book is also autobiographical and factual in nature and a must-have for anyone with an interest in the Royals.

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Guenther Focke, a man of the people, coincidentally becomes a private detective in his quest to identify the English Aristocrat who has sired him.   With mixed feelings about his noble origin, he has over the years followed his own case and unearthed ever more clues and rumors about his alleged father.   To his surprise, it turned out that his father would be no other than Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and husband of the Queen of England, Elizabeth II.
Published September 23, 2008 by AuthorHouse. 188 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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