Authors Allan Whiticker with Stuart Mullins first published in 2013 and a new updated edition 2015 , 2016 and out again in August 2017.
The Beaumont Children disappearance is Australia’s most baffling crime.One of the worlds most baffling abductions/crime. A fifty one year old children abduction mystery as of 2017.
The Satin Man Book is revised and updated. Why ?
New very important information has been added to the Satin Man now in it’s 6th publication which is out again in the last quarter 2017 – information that points further toward the Satin Man.
Why does this book keep selling ?
There are just too many co incidences to be ignored any longer. Overwhelming Co Incidences that are occurring regularly right up until mid 2017. These co incidences indicate the Satin Man may very well been involved in the disappearance in the Beaumont Children.
Co Researcher and Forwarder with Author Alan Whiticker
What happened to the Beaumont Children? How can three children go missing from Colley Reserve Glenelg Beach in 1966 and never be seen again?
Stuart has also assisted in other publications with Allan: The Wanda Beach Murders, The Jimmy Barnes story and “Glory Days, The Story of South Sydney’s Golden Era”
Stuart Mullins writer, Alan Whiticker Editer
He was the man Muhammad Ali couldn’t knock out and couldn’t knock down.He faced Cooper, Smokin Joe Frazier, Wepner, Lyle, Ellis Shavers and Bruno in the ring. He survived press condemnation, a rocky marriage and a colorful film career.And at 48 years of age he became the oldest heavy weight champion of the world.
This is the story of Joe Bugner,one of the most controversial, fascinating and inspiring personalities in sports history.
From childhood beginnings in Hungary and an escape to England after the 1956 Soviet Invasion, he arrived in the UK with barely the clothes on his back and tattered shoes on his feet. Bugner would become an imposing six foot four challenger winning multiple British and European heavy weight titles and ranking amongst the best boxers in the world. This at a time when the heavy weight division ranked supreme.
Joe Bugner was ranked just behind Ali ,Frazier and Foreman. Not bad company to keep.
Smoking Joe Frazier rated Joe Bugner in the three best boxers he ever faced.
In 1975 he lost the world heavy weight championship to Ali and retired. Relocating to Beverley Hills. Three years later he successfully returned to top-level boxing and later moved to Australia. Where he earned the nickname “Aussie Joe” and having surprised many of his critics with a very successful comeback. He went onto challenge Frank Bruno in the UK. 1987. The loss that followed he retired once more.
His final comeback culminated in a 1998 world heavy weight championship win at the age of 48, a victory against the odds.
Joe Bugner My Story is a about a far more than boxing, It is a story of a refugee looking for a true home; of fame gained, lost and reclaimed. Of family and turbulent love;of reputation, pride and regret. Told in his own words to writer Stuart Mullins. Bunger’s tale is a gripping account of one man’s lifelong search for glory.