Following the phenomenal success of Born Fearless, Born Fighting is the long-awaited sequel:
- Wild and shocking childhood stories - a chequered past, from terrible abuse suffered in a string of kids' homes to psychological abuse suffered at a top public school.
- The Royal Hampshires - the so called 'green army' and laying the foundation for what was to come. Tales from the the brutal trial of SAS selection and selected experiences thereafter.
- Adventures in the gold mines of West Africa - my time immediately after leaving the SAS, providing private military services across mineral-rich but horrendously war-torn West Africa.
- Frying alive in Togo - the chilling true story of how I was arrested in Togo, West Africa, for travelling with military equipment (to deliver to a team working in Togo), and how I was left to fry in a steel shipping container.
- Body-guarding the stars - my life in the world of celebrity. In between my African adventures, I body-guarded the likes of Led Zep, Oasis, Kasabien, Dizzy Rascal and Pro Green. Jaw-dropping stories to quicken the blood.
- Big Phil's war - the gripping, behind-the-scenes stories from my time in Syria with the Free Syrian Forces (YPG/J) and in Northern Iraq with the Kurdish Peshmerga, acting as a roving reporter for Sky TV (and more often than not under fire)
©2020 Phil Campion (P)2020 Quercus Editions Limited
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