Silencio, my suspense novel, is based on true events in Spain during the 1900’s and tells the story of a journalist’s investigation of babies taken from maternity units and sold or given to other families.
This did not just affect Spanish women as a story in the British press reveals. Now MEPs are asking for answers.
Follow the link to find out more.
Hello cyber friends. I am sorry that I have not posted anything for a while but things became quite busy following the launch of my novel Silencio. Two radio interviews and a busy marketing campaign take time. In between I try to squeeze some normal life.
Today I am going to work on my new novel but I came across the article below and wanted to post it here for you to read. It will interest anyone who wants to know more about the disturbing events in Spain during the 1900’s when babies were stolen from their natural parents and often sold into adoption (the backdrop for my novel’s storyline).
Earlier this morning I was interviewed on the BBC Radio Solent Breakfast in Dorset show about my recently published novel Silencio and my work as a writer. A link to the five-minute interview follows.