Free for July only – a novel set during the miners’ strike

The very lovely Bridget Whelan has given my novel the kind of endorsement that makes me rather emotional. Thank you, Bridget. It is especially touching from a writer of your calibre.


This year we remember the centenary of World War I war, but there are other wars this country has fought, many with itself, and 30 years ago the miners’ strike tore apart  families and communities.

Public Battles, Private Wars

Laura Wilkinson has forged a moving story about complex relationships against the backdrop of an industrial conflict that touched everyone – even those of us who were far from a colliery. I know Laura and I know her research was impeccable, even down to trying out 1980s recipes, but you will want to read Public Battles, Private Wars for the writing, for the way she tells a story and creates characters that walk off the page. And for the month of July publishers Accent Press are making an offer you can’t refuse –  download the kindle version free HERE. (And remember you don’t need a kindle or any ereader to benefit – you can…

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