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The East Wind

H.G. Wilson

When Greg met Sarah, he knew that he would stop at nothing to win her heart. They fought together to overcome all the obstacles which kept them apart and were finally rewarded when they married in a Scottish castle. But Greg had scars that were more than skin deep, and Sarah wanted and needed to know all about the man she loved.

The tale that follows is a heart-rending evocation of a different time and a life that many would find hard to conceive. A life where, as a small child, the one person who should protect you ends up hurting you and those most precious to you, over and over again. However, as Greg starts to reveal the story to Sarah, he finds that sharing the hurt and the anger can have a cathartic effect and help him to accept and confront some of the complexities that drive people to act in such damaging ways.

And, at the centre of it all, there is a woman who will stop at nothing to protect and cherish her children, whatever the consequences to herself.

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H. G. Wilson has been a child labourer, factory worker, builder, mechanic, gardener, computer programmer, software designer and systems architect. He has slept in a car with a cat in the crook of his legs as she birthed her kittens in the night, swam inner-city canals with rats, and witnessed the glory of a sunrise at Helvellyn summit in the Lake District of his England. With a confirmed love of our beautiful world, his debut novel Citizen I is his song for the planet. He shares a happy home with his wife and their two beautiful daughters in Cheshire.