About the author

Charles Bunker

Charles Bunker was an international corporate financier and entrepreneurial businessman before retiring to become an essayist, pamphlet writer and author. He uses his experiences in business and politics, his interest in history and international affairs, and his observation of people as the bedrock of his writing. Widely travelled, Charles is the proprietor of the famous Orchard Tea Rooms in Grantchester renowned for its connection with Rupert Brooke, Virginia Woolf, E.M Forster and many other literary, philosophical, and scientific talents over the last 120 years.

Charles has now expanded his talents into fiction writing and on 11th December 2020 the first of a series of four books was published.

 

The Lands of de Gressier by C. S. Bunker, published on 11th December 2020 by YouCaxton, price £15.99 and is available on Amazon and other outlets.

 

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Listen to radio interviews with the author

BBC Radio London - 13th January 2001 - here

BBC Radio Devon - 12th January 2001 - here

BBC Radio Bristol - 12th January 2001 - here

BBC Radio Cumbria - 12th January 2001 - here

BBC Radio Gloucestershire - 11th January 2001 - here

BBC Radio Guenrsey - 11th January 2001 - here

BBC Radio Northampton - 11th January 2001 - here

BBC Radio Somerset - 11th January 2001 - here