CANCER – LIVING BEHIND ENEMY LINES WITHOUT A MAP

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Bill Heine brings a freshness to his description of his battle with leukaemia that is really astonishing and reveals the true essence of the man that many people have known for his work as a broadcaster and columnist.

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Bill Heine, well known for his work on BBC Radio Oxford and for the iconic shark through his roof in Headington, and as a columnist for the “Oxford Mail”, was diagnosed with leukaemia and has recorded his progress and set backs in this witty, sardonic, troubling and highly idiosyncratic book. Part of a ground-breaking trial with a new approach to the disease, Bill unsentimentally reveals his inner thoughts, the reactions of others, and the way that, as the book title says, he is behind enemy lines without a map. With his characteristic wit and ability to cut to the essence of any issue, Bill takes the reader on a real journey through optimism, set- backs and rality that is full of the human spirit – and a great read.

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