James McDonald is a historian and writer, and a Fellow of the Royal Geographic
Society in London, and holds a number of professional qualifications as
well as an MA in mathematics from Oxford University, and an MSc in Operational
Research from Sussex University. He lives in the South of France.
James McDonald is the author of the following works.
Wise, Constable (UK, 1984); Franklin
Watts (USA, 1985). ASIN: 0531097722. ISBN-13: 978-0531097724
Business Problems by Simulation,(co-author), McGraw-Hill (UK, 1988);
(USA, 1988). ASIN: 0070849463. ISBN-13: 978-0070849464
of Obscenity, Taboo and Euphemism Sphere (UK, 1988) ; Time
Warner Paperbacks (USA, 1989). ASIN: 0747401667, ASIN: 1853263710.
Belief: Two Thousand Years of Bad Faith in the Christian Church Garnet
(UK, 2011) ; Garnet,
(USA, 2011). ASIN: B00ME46YS2
Crusade Against the Cathars of the Languedoc, 3rd Ed, (UK,
2014) an English translation of Voltaire's work
De la Croisade Contre les Languedociens. ASIN: B00P5AVUZO
Castles & Manor Houses
Bad News About Christianity
James McDonald has also written government reports, magazine articles,
and a regular column for the Sunday Express in the UK.
Wordly Wise was adapted into a national weekly BBC radio program
in the UK (Wordly Wise on Radio 4).
A Dictionary of Obscenity, Taboo and Euphemism was reprinted by
Sphere in 1989, and has been reprinted again by Wordsworth under the title
Wordsworth Dictionary of Obscenity and Taboo
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