The Padded Cell — Fiction

A young man learns that people are seldom what they appear to be.

By

Oliver T. Spedding

David Dawes was too young to be part of the war against Germany and known as the Second World War.

Born in 1930 he spent his youth living and working on his parent’s vineyard.

The tranquility of the countryside was a far cry from the chaos in Europe and the Pacific and the only effect that it had on the young lad was…

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Oliver Thomas Spedding

Oliver Thomas Spedding

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