Part Welsh, Rosemary Mayo has spent some years in Wales and has always been fascinated by the magic and madness of that beautiful country. She has lived in Seattle for the past thirty-odd years with her husband, where she attended the University of Washington and taught in numerous community colleges. She enjoys writing and has published in the Manhattan Literary Review and two collections of women's essays.
Who would have thought that a well functioning nuclear power plant could blow up a marriage? When Martin Johnson takes up a research position at a nuclear power station in North Wales, he does not foresee the tragic outcome this move will have for him, his wife Sally and one-year-old Joey.