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.
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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