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May 18, 2016 / peoplesbookprize

The People’s Book Prize – Spring Collection – Fiction – “They Couldn’t Have Known” by Sanden Grevelle

i1394-fsThey Couldn’t Have Known By Sanden Grevelle

Published by Highfields Publishing
ISBN 9781904728986
Spring 2016

Synopsis

A village near London is destroyed during World War Two, not by enemy action, but by the ruthless development of a civilian airport under the guise of wartime requirements. The poorest of the village, including two indomitable spirits – Lizzie and Allen – offer the greatest resistance.  A captivating debut novel that deals with nature, airport expansion, immigration, love and post-traumatic stress.

Author’s Biography

Sanden Grevelle grew up with a deep love of the natural world; which survived a formal scientific education and a career in education of some standing. Married with children and grandchildren, Sanden mourns the younger generations’ loss of freedom and alienation from the natural world.

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