Moves with Spirits
Unbelievable fact or brilliant, non-stop, page turning fiction? You decide!
Follow the rise of the terrifying nemesis called 'Boots' as he develops an
increasing thirst for sexually motivated attacks. Able to hide, concealing
his crimes safe within the ranks of the British Army. Seemingly the attacks
take place at the behest of demonic nightmare figures, which haunt Corporal
After one particular terribly vicious assault, the woman who he leaves
for dead in a disused grain warehouse on the banks of the River Tyne, is
incredibly found when the ghost of a previous victim guides the girl's
savoir. The young woman's uncle, who by a strange twist of fate, heads
a vastly wealthy Chinese criminal organization, is intent on revenge. To
do so the Triad king unleashes assassins from Hong Kong to track down
and kill her attacker. At the same time the girl's father convinces his oldest
and most revered friend, Lieutenant Colonel (retired) Simon Boeck to,
reluctantly, use his extensive special forces skills as well as unbelievable
psychic powers to help locate the culprit.
All the while acting police Sergeant Sue Parish, an attractive, ambitious
detective from the Newcastle police Serious Crimes Squad, starts to piece
clues together as she too closes in on the rapist. Increasingly the police
and Simon Boeck's endeavors overlap. When the assassins fail, in bloody
fashion, Simon is finally propelled on deadly pursuit. As Sergeant Parish
and Simon converge on Boots, Simon's psychic warriors warn him of a far
more deadly, truly evil adversary lurking, stalking him and ultimately his
The terrifying climax pits the police against Simon, against the bowels
of hell in a race to get to Boots first. One to bring him to justice, the others
intent on fatal revenge.
The final spine tingling twist reveals the end to be, in effect, just the
Editor's Explanatory Notes
I was, out of the blue, at the beginning of the new millennium asked to arrange the
incredible memoirs belonging to a Lieutenant Colonel (Retired) Simon Boeck, this
being the first package. In doing so, I've tried to stick to his own words as closely as
possible. He wants you to know his story as, in Simon's lifetime, he has done some
amazingly dangerous things, had truly fantastic adventures and at times faced terrifying
You will see that I've added some factual explanatory footnotes and a number of
endnotes. There are also two detailed appendixes, which aim to give you some insight
pertaining to Simon's background and outlook on all things psychic/supernatural. In
addition, as best I can, translated some of the Geordie (North East) and Jock (Scottish)
dialect Simon used. Other than that I have only gone through, correcting spelling and
grammar which, for the most part, was minor.
Throughout, Simon is adamant about protecting the real identity of individuals
mentioned in these memoirs. To ensure this, with the exception of three individuals, he
has changed their names. Simon assures me all three have given their written consent
to be identified, which ones I don't know. Those Simon did change he used subtle
puzzles of their correct names. If anyone recognizes their name, themselves, living or
dead (other than the three mentioned above) or anywhere mentioned this is purely a
coincidence. Enjoy the journey...
Born in 1951 in Northern England, one of two sons of hard working parents, 2nd generation
immigrants. After attending a local primary school, his father just about managed to
afford for Simon to go through a well-known, quality 'country' public school.
After school, Simon obtained his 1st Degree from one of the better red brick
universities, followed by a short period of work in the tough part of Cumbria. Disillusioned,
he joined up and served for a number of months as a soldier (Private Class 3), in order
'to see what it's like from the bottom up', before attending Officer training at The Royal
Military Academy Sandhurst.
Commissioned in 1975, he served all around the world, doing tours in: Central
America, Cyprus, Europe, the Middle East, Northern Ireland, The South Atlantic as well
as mainland UK.
Simon has also undertaken a number of assignments working undercover for MI6
and 14 Intelligence Company. In America, recruited by P20G, Boeck worked within the
highly secret Intelligence Support Activity, known simply as 'The Activity'.
Extensive travel, in and out of uniform: Africa, Asia, throughout The Americas',
China and Japan amongst others.
Honours and Awards: South Atlantic Medal - MiD, General Service Medal (clasps,
NI - MiD, Cyprus), 1st Gulf War (clasp), UN Medal (Bosnia & Kosova), 2nd Gulf
War - Silver Star (USA), Tribal Award American Indian Nation & Legion of Merit (USA),
Amaja sacred stone & pair RM Williams Boots from a grateful nation (Australia), Letter
of thanks - HRH.
Simon Boeck is:
A marksman 1st class, Judo Black Belt, Wo Sho practitioner and both Shaman
healer and Reiki Master.
An excellent outdoor pursuit enthusiast, trained in ice climbing, diving and
free fall parachuting.
Psychic since childhood. He loves the UK TV programme Black Adder and
can't stand chewing gum! He prefers Bollinger above Tattinger champagne
and supports Leicester Tigers Rugby Union Football Club and tirelessly follows
Simon is happily married with grown up children. He and his wife, live both in the
United Kingdom and abroad.
Editors closing note. I have never, knowingly, met Simon face to face.