A novel approach-Liverpool and Brexit

Looking for readers for a new book pre-publication – blurb below- click the link and leave a comment and your email on the blog- 20 will be accepted

The morning after the Brexit vote 2016 and history professor Vinny’s world is turned upside down. What starts as a minor traffic accident grows in importance as the truth behind it is revealed.

South Liverpool comes to life in this novel, real characters inhabit a world of daily struggles. A secret Vinny, Sammo, and Macca vowed to keep as kids would tie them to a life-changing day, involving the theft of a pocket watch, and an old man’s death.

Sammo is found dead. In his quest to find out what happened to Sammo, Vinny uncovers more than he wants to know, as the past steps into the present. Will Vinny do what is right, accept who he is? Will he let go of the secret he holds and the truth he discovers, the truth about community, humanity and solidarity. This page-turner will have you hooked from start to finish.

This is a story of the life and times of a group of young friends and the nation to which they belong. Defining moments in 1981 and 2016 bookend this dramatic story of secrets and lies, death and disaster showing how they as individuals and we as a nation got to where we are.

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Published by jackbyrnewriter


7 thoughts on “A novel approach-Liverpool and Brexit

  1. Would be an interesting read. How much would be factual based how much fiction? A large student population in Liverpool did it play any part in the result? Will we recognise the parts of the city?


    1. Hi Edward, i will send it to you. Have a read and let me know what you think. I will be happy to hear your thughts- you have already prompted me to revise something in the text. So make sure you let me know what you think. Thanks Jack


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