Norman Howard Cliff
He wrote seven books, and a thesis ‘’A History of the Protestant Movement in Shandong Province, China, 1859 to 1951’’. Cliff earned an M.Phil degree at the Open University, and then a Ph. D. at Buckingham University, where he was capped by Lady Margaret Thatcher.
- Prisoners of the Samurai: Japanese Civilian Camps, 1941-1945
- Fierce the Conflict (2001)
- White Cliffs of Hangzhou
- Life and Theology of Watchman Nee : Including a Study of the Little Flock
- A Heart for China: The Gripping Story of Benjamin Broomhall
- A Flame of Sacred Love
- Courtyard of the Happy Way
- Broomhall, Alfred (1989). Hudson Taylor and China's Open Century: It Is Not Death To Die. London: Hodder and Stoughton.