I've not got a "proper" blurb for this novel yet, but a quickie explanation: Rob is your average ordinary guy, who works a boring 9-to-5 and watches football on the weekends. The best part of his life is his beautiful, witty wife, Kay, but his marriage turns upside down when one night she wakes screaming, claiming her name isn't Kay, that she's a prisoner of the Nazis, and that she's never seen Rob before. After that things get interesting, with assassins, black ops, a giant conspiracy, car chases, etc, etc. So far, my favorite part is the psychological aspects of the thriller: it's so interesting to completely destroy Rob's world and watch how he reacts. Yes, I'm cruel.
Shocked myself this morning by realizing I've never written a blurb on this one! (I do have an excuse: it being the second novel in the Wings Of Fire series, I've not been querying anyone on it.) That'll come up sometime soon, when I get a moment to confer with my (equally busy) cowriter! In the meantime: this is the direct sequel to Through A Rain Of Fire, centering about RAF pilot Peter Standish and his fight to get back into the service, and Julie Knight, who becomes a secret agent with the SOE. Oh yeah, and there's just a spice of romance too, as the two of them struggle with a relationship. Historical highlight: D-Day!