With several short stories already published, retired lecturer, James Palmer, can now devote time to writing full-length novels.He grew up in a small Yorkshire mining town during WW2, never having known his parents. Winning a scholarship to grammar school and a fifty year happy marriage to a lovely North Country lass, gave him the inspiration to write ‘Ten Days in June’.A long and varied working life brought fulfilment, but helping to raise three children of whom he is immensely proud, provides him with a sense of higher achievement. He considers himself a very lucky and privileged man.
Ten Days In June
In the aftermath of the Dunkirk evacuation during the Second World War, soldier Jack Foster returns to his family home in the mining town of Bennington for a well-deserved spell of leave. Rescued from the beaches of Dunkirk, he makes the most of the relative normality of wartime Britain for a precious ten days with his parents, brothers and sister.
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