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Author of "Risen from the Dead", "An Accidental Saviour", "Entente Cordiale" and many more


The Salisbury Writer

Rod Hacking

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The Day After Always Comes

Sitting on a bench by the River Dart, Dee hands a drink to her small boy and turns back to find that her husband has died. Soon a police car arrives and from it comes Nicola, who is set to transform her life. Soon they know they are in love but become increasingly aware that the late husband had been involved in a massive betrayal of Dee, covered up by the Security Service for which he had worked.

Nicola's sister-in-law becomes obsessed with Dee and attempts to drive a wedge between her and Nicola, and a knife into Dee, and then Dee's sister, having discovered love with Simon thanks to Dee's encouragement, is killed in a motorway crash in fog.

The name of an unknown beneficiary in her husband's will leads Dee, Nicola and their son to Ireland and to a direct encounter with terrible happenings during the Troubles, to a catholic priest and an ex-nun he leaves the priesthood for, coming to live with Dee and Nicola in Devon.

This is a story about love and the possibilities of hope even in the face of the worst that can be thrown at Dee and Nicola who marry one another. It is a constant reminder what whatever may come today will always be followed by another day, and that with love, survival of the worst is possible.


Women's Troubles - Terror & MI5 in a Yorkshire Tea Shop

MI5 are active in Yorkshire having discovered a plot to bomb two Shopping Malls. Women agents are sent to expose the plot.

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