Author: Algy Cluff
Publisher: Cluff & Sons
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About this book:
From the foreword by A.N. Wilson
There’s nothing worth the wear of winning
But laughter and the love of friends
Algy’s life bears this out. This book is the opposite of a misery memoir. It rejoices in his kind parents, his good friends and his happy marriage with three splendid sons. His boldness in the field of business and his merriment as a companion have their reward.
About the author:
Algy Cluff was born in 1940. He served for six years in the Army in West Africa, Cyprus and Borneo. A pioneer of North Sea oil exploration, he founded Cluff Oil in 1972. This led to the discovery of the Buchan Field. There followed thirty years of exploration in the gold industry in Africa and the discovery and development of gold mines in Zimbabwe, Ghana, Burkina Faso and Tanzania. He remains active in the oil business.
Algy was the proprietor of The Spectator for five years and its Chairman for a further twenty years. He was the proprietor of other magazines, including Apollo and the Literary Review.
He is married to Blondel and they have three sons, Harry, Philip and Charlie.
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