Alan Rokeby is a youthful grand-father living near the Lake District of north west England, where Fall-Out is set. He has spent most of my life in as a teacher and lecturer, in the UK and overseas. He has written two unpublished novels, several radio plays and co-authored a stage play, which was performed in Cumbria and London.
Fall-Out is a psychological thriller about protest -- violent, playful and sometimes idealistic protest -- at the construction of a new nuclear power station.
As the police explore an apparent suicide, they uncover a small team bent on mischief and anarchy. The impact on families and relationships are intertwined with the criminal investigations.
Fall-Out2 is in progress -- on nuclear waste.