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13:27

Opinion

Nazis on the Costa del Sol

Wayne Jamison

A few weeks ago a book was published in Spanish entitled Nazis en la Costa del Sol (Nazis on the Costa del Sol, in English). In charge of the Almuzara publishing house, its author is José Manuel Portero, born in Seville, but well known in ... Benalmádena, among other reasons because he has lived there for more than thirty years and because he has been the director of a secondary school. The book collects stories about the condition of the coast of Malaga as a haven for Nazis. In its pages appear, ... Hitler’s chief of special operations and the person who led Mussolini’s rescue operation. Just to find out about the lives of these men is worth the book, since they are about some of the most sinister who were in the service of the Third Reich for a few

11:57

Gibraltar

New book on Gibraltarian customs to help local charity

Debbie Bartlett

Tuesday this week saw the launch of a new book by local author Clive Beltran, at the John Mackintosh Hall. The book, called Yodo Morao And All That, describes Gibraltarian customs, practices and sayings, many no longer in use, and some long ... from the sale of the book will be donated to the Friends of Calpe House charity. It will be available for sale outside the Cathedral of St Mary the Crowned on Saturday 10 July from 10am to 2pm, and is priced at £20.

10:44

Opinion

Is clean natural?

ANDREW J. LINN

If a winery wants to make organic wine, it must follow the rule book and open up its vineyards and production processes to outside inspection. Once approved, the coveted back-label can be stuck on the bottles. Experience shows that using very

19:17

LifeStyle

Marbella-based author turns hospitality experience into fiction in latest novel

ASH MAER

A Marbella-based Brit is celebrating after publishing his third book - called The Hotel Manager. Garry Waite, who has lived in Spain since 1986, recently promoted his latest publication at a book signing in Puerto Banús, Marbella. Since ... before Spain and after his arrival. His latest book is a fictitious thriller and follows the lives of a family who develop a wine business, who go into partnership with the owner of a hotel in Monte Carlo during World War II. One hundred years He ... heart-warming." The book is available on Amazon, at Bookworld España and at Book Shop in San Pedro for 15 euros.

18:29

What to do

The place that Esperanza Gómez-Carrera calls home

Cristina Pinto

...protagonists are the stories inside. A small window of minimalism peeps out of each of them to reveal the message inside: "It's as if the characters in the book come out and tell their story. I'm a very fanciful person," she said. This exhibition has been ... Esperanza Gómez Carrera is also featured in a four-artist show entitled Deconstruction for Creation - Feeling Art Made of Books, which can be seen until 2 October at Isla Negra, an antiquarian book shop/contemporary art gallery situated in the historical

14:35

LifeStyle

A passion for history inspires new book about Fuengirola's past

Tony Bryant

A British expat with an ardent passion for history has published an English-language book about the history of Fuengirola, the town where he has lived for the past 20 years. The book, which was presented at the Salón Varietés Theatre last Saturday, ... Anthropology, which he acquired while studying at the University of Kent. His love of local history inspired his new book, which began to bear fruit after an incident that happened in 2017. Patrick's daughter and her husband were due to visit that Christmas. ... planned was suddenly cancelled and the question arose of what was I going to do with all that research I had prepared. Had that plane landed safely, this book may never have materialised," Patrick explains, smiling as he recalls the incident. The book

17:49

LifeStyle

When dragons follow you from Scotland to Malaga and far beyond

Jennie Rhodes

Gail, whose other world involves her nine dogs and one cat, says that the spark which gave her the idea for her book was a "random question" which popped into her head one day while she was walking her dogs in the forest near her home. "I suddenly found ... children and teenagers. Gail reveals that she is about half way through a sequel, which picks up where the first book left off - in the Chilean Andes. The protagonists find themselves in northern Patagonia and visit islands full of penguins, before ... travelling back to Spain. She admits that she always said she was going to write a book and has others in the pipeline. All of her books so far are aimed at children. "I taught children and adults but particularly liked teaching kids," she says of her time

10:41

Opinion

'Nothing is as permanent as a temporary government spending programme'

JEREMY BLATCH - jb@ehh.gi

...financial system, when in fact it has never gone away. Whilst he was Chair of the Federal Reserve Bank, Alan Greenspan disparaged gold, but in his book The Map and the Territory 2.0, he admits that gold is the real asset underpinning the international

12:41

Gibraltar

Gib University's Dr Darren Fa contributes tomarine biology book

Debbie Bartlett

Gibraltar University's Director of Academic Programmes & Research, Dr Darren Fa, has contributed to a new book. Published by Redfern Natural History Productions, Britain's Distant Seas: the waters of the UK Overseas Territories, which is authored