Howard Epstein is a commercial lawyer and author
Spending his entire working life as a commercial lawyer, but with a wide-range of other legal work from which he saw the full extent of human behaviour and misbehaviour, Howard learned the difference between cynicism and honest criticism.
Through all Howard’s work runs one three-ply thread: research, thorough research and more research. He does not kid himself that there is one truth to be unearthed, but accepts that some stories are more cogent, more credible and more accurate than others. Those inform his works – fiction or non-fiction – that he likes to relate and explain. The ones that will withstand exploration and challenge.
Despoil The Child
Is the first of a trilogy of Dominic Delaunay stories.
Dominic is a City solicitor for whom everything is going right until, just as he gets his luckiest break, everything in his life starts to go wrong.
This is a story of our times with current themes and unexpected denouement.
Sputnik! America’s Fateful Challenge is an historical novel that tells the story about German rocket genius Wernher von Braun, who redeemed his WWII Nazi reputation and that of America technology …
Traumatised Nation: How America Got to be so Violent is a major work of non-fiction, detailing the twenty main traumas that the American nation underwent in the 80 years between the WWII Street Crash of …
Despoil the Child: A Short Global History of the Abasement, Abduction and Deportation of Children is a work in progress. It starts with the case of Great Britain, which transported some 350,000 of its children…
NO GENIUS: HITLER’S FATEFUL MISTAKES is a work of non-fiction.On 25 June 1940, a triumphant Adolf Hitler toured Paris in his massive, opulent, open-top Mercedes-Benz 770 staff car…
Despoil The Child
I have written the first chapter (85 pages) on the abasement, abduction and deportation of children from the UK to its colonies – some 350,000 over almost 400 hundred years.
Of course, Britain is not the only country which has this lamentable history…