My new novella, No Man’s Land: Horror in the Trenches, is out now via Deviant Dolls Publications. July 1st 1916 marked the 100-year anniversary of the start of the Battle of the Somme in France between the Allies and the German Empire, which is still one of the episodes in human history. In the first hours, eight British soldiers fell PER SECOND and by the time it was over some five months later, there were a million dead.
The Somme Offensive, 1916. Harry Doyle is a young, overawed British infantryman struggling to come to terms with the insanity of war. His main objective is staying alive, and getting back home to his family in one piece. But his hopes begin to diminish as he realizes the full extent of misery and destruction around him. And the German war machine isn’t the only thing he has to worry about. Something else is preying on his friends and comrades in the trenches, picking them off one by one. Something no amount of military training can prepare him for.
This book contains descriptions of graphic violence and is not suitable for minors. Cover art by Greg Chapman.
Proceeds will be donated to Help for Heroes
No Man’s Land: Horror in the Trenches is available now, priced £1.99/$2.99:
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