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The Road to L Do You Remember Your Driving Instructor?




Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Nonfiction




Book Type:Print & Digital

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The Road to "L" a poignant tale of my time as a driving instructor working for The British School of Motoring during the period 1980 to 1982 Come and meet the amazing people I taught to drive and what really went on in a tuition car


'Crystal Blue! No Crystal see through' It was a steamy hot London summer’s day and just walking to the car you could feel the sweat forming on your body. I immediately thought oh well it might be hot, but having this lovely looking woman in the car for an hour would at least make the heat bearable. Little did I know what was in store for me, to make matters even hotter. We approached the car, I opened the passenger door to allow her entry into my car (yes, always a gentleman) and I received a huge lungful of her overpowering perfume. I think it was Chanel No 5, but she must have put the whole bottle over her entire body as the smell was overbearing. She was wearing a cheesecloth light brown see-through dress and I know it was see-through as I could see everything or rather nothing. She wore no bra or knickers and yes, I really could see through it. She definitely believed in ‘going commando' and revealing all to the world. I wonder what the reaction of the public was when she walked down the streets dressed in this manner. She placed her seat belt over her body and into the locking mechanism. ‘Isn’t it boiling today?’ she said as she swished up her dress to fan her legs revealing she wore no underwear as if I hadn’t already noticed that fact.

Book Details

Book Type: Print & Digital

ISBN-13: 9798507747337

Publisher: Tony Levy


Language: English

Pages: 293

Interior: BW



I am a 69 year-old cancer survivor from Tottenham England A family man and former prison officer. After spending 25 years in the UK’s prison service, and having become increasingly disillusioned with stifling modern prison service politics and practices, in 2008 I took my pension pot and ran, moving to Spain to spend my early retirement in the sun. This autobiography A Turnkey or Not? is about my prison service life is my first book. My wife and I, however, temporarily moved back to the UK due to the economic climate, at the time. And I returned to working life. I have now completed my second book all about working at a major UK airport as a security officer, based on true facts it is an observational look at how staff, passengers and management treat being subject to modern airport security. It is about my last working career after having to go back to the UK during the recession I obtained work as a security officer at Heathrow Airport Terminal 5. This book El Dorado? No! Heathrow Airport is a continuation where my first book finished and revels the truth about how we all behave when faced with airport security the rudeness and the language directed at security staff by passengers and celebrities will amaze you and bemuse you. Look out for 'El Dorado? No! Heathrow Airport' It is now available here on Amazon on both paperback and kindle.

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