England, United Kingdom (PRWEB) May 16, 2012
In the 1980s, author Philip Mattis was a police officer in the Avon and Somerset Constabulary, which he left in acrimonious circumstances. And because he stood up for righteousness and justice pertaining to his time with the force, he was persecuted for twenty-three years and nearly destroyed by evil forces in high places in Britain. But he has survived to tell the tale… In British Families Under Labour: And Lessons Learnt, he shares insights and nuggets of wisdom gleaned from his experiences.
Shocked and bewildered by the depths of depravity and mediocrity which human beings have sunk to in their relations with others, the author decided to make people aware of these pitfalls through this book. Here, Mattis writes about intrapersonal issues such as spending to be happy, saving oneself from a bad scenario, learning from mistakes, and much more. As well, he imparts his experiences in improving interpersonal relations. All in all, this book helps people improve their lives and relationship with others.
“As a human race, we are amazing in the many feats we have achieved, but the lack of progress in our relationship with each other shows that we also have an amazing capacity for stupidity on a grand scale,” says the author. Through British Families Under Labour: And Lessons Learnt, he tries to change this status quo and hopes to change people’s lives for the better.
British Families Under Labour: And Lessons Learnt will be featured at the 2012 Book Expo America in New York City on June 5-8, 2012.
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About the Author
Philip Mattis was born in Birmingham, England of Jamaican parentage. He was brought up in Jamaica where he met his wife at the school they both attended – Norman Manley Secondary. They have been together for the past thirty and a half years and been married for the past twenty-five and a half. Together they have five children. From his eldest child, the author is now a grandfather. Mattis now works as an Approved Driving Instructor, which he has been doing for the past seven and a half years.
British Families Under Labour * by Philip Mattis
And Lessons Learnt
Publication Date: December 29, 2011
Trade Paperback; £13.99; 201 pages; 978-1-4568-6617-4
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