A couple of days ago the Featherstone book I ordered arrived , whilst I admit the contents are of limited interests (except for maybe a budding ballerina) it's main worth is the collecting aspect and the fact it has his signature on the title page . I'm not a collector of autographs normally but this was a man who has had a great influence on my life . Incidently my older sister as a youngster collected autographs the pride of place in the collection being Tommy Trinder (it was a long time ago) (a BBC radio comedian - to save you Googling him) . Also of interest is that he wrote a whole series of books on the prevention and treatment of back injuries . (click on the photo to enlarge it ) .
It also has an interesting biography of the author on the back of the book cover which mentions his literary career and his books on history and hobbies (no mention of wargaming) (again click on the photo to enlarge it)