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Terry Waite revisits his memoirs: Solitude; Out of the Silence; Taken on Trust, which was written when he was denied pen or paper during his captivity for almost five years in Beirut and was published on his release; and Travels with a Primate (new 2019 edition), an account of some of the amusing happenings that occurred when Terry accompanied the Archbishop of Canterbury on his official visits throughout the world.
Praise for Solitude:
‘a thoughtful and sensitive book’ Stella Rimmington
‘wonderfully perceptive and engaging’ Ranulph Fiennes
‘wide ranging, original, well-written and (best of all) companionable.’ Martin Bell
Terry Waite, who turns 80 at the end of May, continues to be fully occupied in working for the homeless, hostages and their families, overseas development and many other humanitarian activities.
With thanks to St. James’ Church, Richard Stephens, Sally Dymott and Ailsa Scott