In his first book, A Vintage Port, John Brown recalls his early life in Greenock and Port Glasgow – those twin towns clinging to the south bank of the River Clyde, reminiscing about his childhood and early days in Port Glasgow.

Now, in A Case of Export, John continues his story.

Education at Greenock Academy affords him greater opportunities, not only in education but also social activities. The many friends he makes there – fellow students, teachers and ministers – will greatly influenced his subsequent career.

University follows at a time when the computer age is dawning.

The family move to the south of England – opening up job opportunities for both father and son.

After a successful career in electronics, John returns to Scotland, always remembering the humour and way of life of his hometowns even though the twenty-first century has brought great change.


Genre: Autobiography, Biography, Librario, Non-fiction, Scottish history
Series: Reflections on a Clydeside Childhood | Subjects: Clyde, Clydeside, Greenock, Greenock Academy, John Brown, Port Glasgow