Extract: There Is No Going Home – Video 1

Listen to the beginning of my novel There Is No Going Home.

This is the first of four videos which introduces you to the story.

London 1958, Ena recognises a woman who she exposed as a spy in WW2. Ena’s husband, Henry, an agent with MI5, argues that it cannot be the woman because they went to her funeral twelve years before.

Ena, now head of the Home Office cold case department, starts an investigation. There are no files. It is as if the woman never existed. Suddenly colleagues who are helping Ena with the case mysteriously die… and Ena herself is almost killed in a hit-and-run.

The case breaks when Ena finds important documents from 1936 Berlin that prove not only did the spy exist, but someone above suspicion who worked with her then, still works with her now.

Fearing for her life, there is only one person Ena can trust… or can she?

Look out for the next instalment…

Available to buy on Amazon

5.0 out of 5 stars

An era wonderfully created, a strong heroine, and a gripping read

Ena herself always draws the eye and her actions drive the story, but this book is filled with other very strongly drawn characters. I particularly enjoyed the portrayal of her two colleagues at the cold case department; and I really liked her relationship with Inspector Powell, perhaps one of very few characters she might just be able to rely on.

One thought on “Extract: There Is No Going Home – Video 1

  1. I had a message for you tonight Sarah. A prolific reader of books who also listens to audiobooks messaged me to say she loved the opening of There Is No Going Home and she loved your voice.

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