Television and Cinema
The American South West
France and the French
Medieval Arms and Armour
The Navies of the American Revolution and the Anglo-American War of 1812
Wildlife Law Enforcement
Christopher Kenworthy is an author, a journalist with 46 years experience in writing for British national magazines and newspapers, and an authoritative and experiences researcher. After twenty five years in Fleet Street, he turned to freelance journalism, and is now working as a professional researcher covering such diverse areas as social conditions in Dickens' London, the frighteningly fast growing area of Wild Life Crime and Law Enforcement, the American West, medieval armour and John Paul Jones, father of the American Navy. Current interests centre around the American South West, Tucson, the Sonoran Desert and the Native Americans in Arizona.
He has published eleven books to date, and is working on a medieval series of adventures.
Areas of Expertise
Television and cinema, on which subjects he published the book World of Cinema in the Evans Bros series in 2000.
Wildlife Law Enforcement: Researcher on the BBC TV series Badger, starring Jerome Flynn, and once again in 2000 published the book Badger about the making of the series and the work of real life Police Wildlife Liaison Officers on which the series is based.
Ships and navies of the American Revolution and the Anglo American War of 1812 - 1814. The Dark Quartet, four sea going adventure novels based in that war.
The Native American, the American South West and the life of the American 19th Century frontier. Writer (under the pseudonyms of C. Kay and Walt Masterson) of Western novels set in Arizona.
Medieval Arms and Armour and their manufacture.
Life in Dickensian London and the campaigns of Wellington in the Peninsula and at Waterloo.
France, off the beaten track France and the high, wild places. Speaks fluent French and contributes articles on the country to British national magazines.
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