The new edition of Welsh Country Magazine (May 2013) contains my latest piece of work for them – the story of the submarine Thetis, wrecked off Anglesey in 1939 with huge loss of life on sea trials. It was recovered, refitted and renamed. As The Thundbolt it was on duty in the Mediterranean when it was sunk with all hands by Italian depth charges in March 1943.
I have also received the proofs of my next book – Swansea Murders. It contains the stories of 25 deaths in Swansea between 1730 and 1946. I am pleased with how it has turned out. It will be published by The History Press in June. Contact me for further details.