The Greenpeace protest that starts the modern story in my World War II novel, Flying Without Wings happened many times after the war and even in recent years. I used to live in Aldermaston and to take my son to the primary school, I used to drive past the Atomic Weapons Establishment each day.
I often witnessed protests and drove past the camps the campaigners would set up in the woodlands. What happens in the campsite they build in my novel? More horrendously, how does it change the character's life? Find out in Flying Without Wings.
Try before you buy? If you'd like to see if you'll get your teeth into the story before you pre-order, grab your free sample chapters.