The first two books: Under An English Heaven and Upon Dark Waters were released on schedule in 2002 and 2004 respectively. The third however, Beneath Another Sun, was turned down by the publishers for being ‘too grim’ and ‘not commercial enough’. Reluctant to re-write it, the manuscript remained in my desk seven years while I worked on other projects. Recently I took it out, re-read it, and following minimal revision am now proud to offer it in e-book format.
Beneath Another Sun tells the harrowing story of a young pilot’s odyssey, from RAF recruiting office in Middlesex to the living nightmare of the Burma-Thailand railway. It is also a tale of courage, redemption and love.”
‘Radcliffe is not just a born storyteller, but one of those generous writers who look for the best in human nature.’ Sunday Telegraph