BOOKS by Ro Hancock-Child

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MADELEINE DRING: HER MUSIC, HER LIFE

Micropress 2nd edition 2009

ISBN 978 0 9537893 2 0

This popular biography of a fascinating British composer is currently out of print - but we can help! If you would like a digital copy to read, please write to Ro at hancock123@live.co.uk


TRACING MIKE

Micropress 2015

ISBN 978 0 9537893 8 2

True story of Ro's successful search to trace her husband's Navy father, which took 25 years. Should be readily available through Amazon etc. If not, please write to hancock123@live.co.uk


BLUEBELLS, WHITE

Micropress 2015

ISBN 978 0 9537893 4 4

In 2005 Ro Hancock-Child was badly injured by the British National Health Service. She made 250 official complaints. This is a true story of how the NHS viciously retaliated against Ro, a whistleblower, and how she fought back - and won. Try Amazon etc, and if not please write to hancock123@live.co.uk


KEEP A GREEN BOUGH

Micropress 2017

ISBN 978 0 9537893 7 5

A beautifully illustrated self-help manual, describing how Ro Hancock-Child healed herself from serious injury and illness, with suggestions about how you can do the same. Try Amazon etc, and if not, please write to hancock123@live.co.uk


A BALLAD-MAKER: The life and songs of C. Armstrong Gibbs

Thames Publishing 1993

ISBN 0 905210 41 7

A short informative biography of an English composer, with illustrations. Should be readily available, new, through Amazon etc., and many second-hand copies are available through Internet sites.


MEDS

e-book 2010

Paperback 2017

An expose of harmful practices within the NHS, based on Ro Hancock-Child's extensive experience of being held on NHS wards. Digital copy available from hancock123@live.co.uk. Paperback can be purchased on Amazon.


LADY SHOESTRING Living it rich for little :-)

forthcoming 2017, Micropress

A book of ideas about how to live in comparative luxury and present yourself effectively and well, when there isn't much cash in your purse! Based on Ro's experience of 30 years in classical music, which (inexplicably) pays very little.


THE INHABITANTS OF HOTHAMTON CRESCENT

forthcoming 2017, Micropress

A history of the occupants of the Bognor Regis Campus of Chichester University, before it became a College. Three handsome Georgian buildings, built by Sir Richard Hotham, were home to a fascinating and surprising mix of people including gentry, sculptors, schoolgirls and a future Queen. And the ghosts remain. With b & w photos, and illustrations by the author.


PINNY GIG TALES

forthcoming 2017, Micropress

Short stories about guinea-pigs, for young people. Illustrated by the author.