At the age of four Sally gets into the wrong carriage in a train of evacuees and ends up in a little village called Chrishall. Churchill's victory speech was the first real disaster in Sally's life: she had to leave her little Paradise and return to a world she had not known for six years. But although living far away, she promised that one day she would tell the World about her wartime friends.
Life and Love in Cuba: At one level this reads like a male Bridget Jones' Diary, charting the ups and downs of the author's love life and relationships. At another it tells of the often painful realities of life in Cuba after 50 years of Castro's brand of communism; the author even had to resort to a fictional story for the last part of the book so as to protect the anonimity of those involved.