Now retired after 40 years making Rolls-Royce motor cars and Airbus aeroplane wings, both as a blue and white collar worker, I finally sat down during the first lockdown in the UK, and wrote my first novel. I’ve always had a passion for anything to do with WW2, so it was a natural progression to research and then write a story about that period in history. The thing I wanted to do most, was not follow the normal narrative, when constructing the tale. I’m hoping that when the reader finishes the book, they will sit back and think, hey, that wasn’t like most of the tales I’ve read before from that period. It had a different twist, the author used both fictional and real characters to mould an account of events, timelines, military hardware, weapons and technology that worked, and has got me thinking, what if? Life is full of ifs and ands. What if a certain event in history had happened, moments, days, weeks before the event we now know, or not happened at all? Whole timelines, people's futures and possibly lives would turn out differently. History would possibly take quite a different path, and not always for the best. I hope that you enjoy ‘Attack on America,’ and can wait for the sequel, ‘Attack on Germany,’ which will be out later this year.
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