The Road to My Horizon: An Unexpected Life

Tim Parker


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Tim Parker is a successful entrepreneur who has had careers in journalism, commerce, education and a sports coach. After working in journalism he built a business to over £50m. He then turned to saving an ailing prep school, and influencing the lives of young people. He has cruised from Dover to Casablanca in his motor yacht.

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Weight 1634 g
Dimensions 297 × 210 mm





Parker, Tim


The Short Publishing Company Ltd



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