A compelling and moving novel of life in war-torn 1950s Northumberland and London.
Margaret Graham has been writing for thirty years. Her first novel was published in 1986 and she is now working on her sixteenth. As a bestselling author her novels have been published in the UK, Europe and the USA. Margaret has written two plays, co-researched a television documentary - which grew out of Canopy of Silence - and numerous short stories and features. She is Contributing Editor for Frost Magazine, and is also a writing tutor and speaker. She founded the Yeovil Literary Prize and now that she lives in High Wycombe she has launched and runs the charity Words for the Wounded. WforW raises funds for the recovery of wounded troops by donations, LitFests and the Independent Author Book Award writing prize. She has 'he who must be disobeyed?, four children and three grand-children who think OAP stands for Old Ancient Person. They have yet to understand the politics of pocket money. Margaret is a member of the WI, her local U3A. She does Tai Chi, and eats too much. For more information about Margaret Graham, visit her website at www.margaret-graham.com and www.wordsforthewounded.co.uk
"Margaret Graham offers her readers a gripping and realistic slice of life during a vibrant and transitional period. If you like well-written and gritty sagas, you will enjoy this." * Historical Novels Review *