Books: On the bedside table of Lindsay Sinclair

'I'm reading Tommy: The British soldier on the western front - a history of the First World War. I saw Journey's End at the theatre last month and wanted to learn more about the experiences of the ordinary British soldier. Also, the Lonely Planet Guide to New Zealand; I'm planning a trip later this year - the first time I've been back since emigrating in 1963.'

by Lindsay Sinclair, CEO of ING Direct (UK)
Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

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