Heaton-Lewis Books

Autographed books on history

Bruce Dickinson and Iron Maiden

Bruce Dickinson, legendary front man for Iron Maiden and an accomplished pilot has launched his new project, Light Brigade beer. Bruce and the crew support charities, especially Help for Heroes and we hope that our global fans enjoy his brew and assist in this wonderful endeavor. 

Bruce is a published author and he also launched his Aeris aviation chronometer watch collection https://youtu.be/GWvX0asMlsQ

Captain Bruce Dickinson next to his 747 "Ed Force One" which he piloted for years as the band traveled the world. Ed Force One is now retired, but he still lives on in aviation history.

Bruce displaying his newly released autobiography and his Light Brigade beverage. We applaud Bruce and the band's work with veterans and their many outstanding decades of global entertainment. Go to their website at www.ironmaiden.com and review their offerings and news updates.

Marshall Teague

Marshall Teague is a Navy and law enforcement veteran, and has been in over 130 films and television shows. He is often best recognized as the dark haired villain "Jimmy" in the classic 1980's film Roadhouse with his late friend Patrick Swayze. He has been a great friend for many years (yes he actually read all of our books) and he actively supports veterans' organizations.

His links are www.IMDb.me/MarshallR.Teague and FB&Twitter@MarshallRTeague 

Wounded Warrior Project

Gary Sinise

Gary Sinise

Humanitarian, Patriot, Actor


We are proud to be connected with Gary and the Gary Sinise Foundation. Most will know Gary from his work in films such as Apollo 13, Forrest Gump, and TV's CSI: New York, and his Lt. Dan Band. We have joined together to lend any support we can and to assist his foundation with exposure and assistance. Please visit their website and contribute to his worthy causes in helping our veterans.

Gary Sinise visiting the wounded, just one of his many unheralded functions as a true American patriot who works tirelessly to help our military veterans