The Younger Years of Lee Hoyle

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You may not yet have heard of Lee Hoyle. You soon will. This collection of anecdotes, memoirs and general musings will almost certainly have you laughing, and often bring a tear to the eye. Lee’s unique style of writing adds to both the humour amd the drama of the chapters of his life and often enhances the emotion of the moment. This is a must-read biography from an interesting new character, with praise heaped on chapters such as ‘Breaking into a factory’ and ‘Addicted to Pepper Spray’. Lee also describes in detail some of the locations he has grown up in, including some beautiful – and some not so beautiful – locations in South Africa. Once you get this book, you won’t be able to put it down. Not for the faint-hearted…

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Lee Hoyle was born in 1978 in a RAF hospital in Wegberg (The Netherlands); his parents, both employed by the British Army were stationed there at the time. After being taught in German schools, Lee moved to Cape Town in South Africa in 1993. After being involved in a serious car accident which changed his life significantly, Lee decided to write books to tell others about his life experiences.

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Lee Hoyle

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An Autobiography

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