Keep the Home Fires Burning – Part Three

S. Block

In Britain's darkest hour, an extraordinary community of women strives to protect the Home Front. When an enemy plane crashes in the village, every one of their lives will change forever . . .

PART THREE in a brand new FOUR-PART serial from the creator of ITV's smash hit series, Home Fires.

The struggle intensifies . . .

Great Paxford has sat almost unchanged at the intersection of three Cheshire hills for nearly six hundred years, but as the war pushes more and more people out of the cities and into the countryside, the women of the WI see the face of their village changing.

Teresa Lucas
has being building up her defences, but a temptation she can't avoid could bring her world crashing down.

Though her home is in turmoil, Frances Barden will not bend, will not break. She will chart a course through these troubles for both the WI and her small family.

Pat Simms
thought she'd lost everything, but now she might have a chance . . .

And Steph Farrow finds herself front and centre in the village's struggle with an influx of strangers.

Through everything the WI has been a source of strength, a safe haven in difficult times, but can it survive as its members find themselves on different sides?

Don't miss a minute of this enthralling new series. Keep the Home Fires Burning – Part One: Spitfire Down! is out now. Search 9781785763564.

Can't wait for the rest of the story? Keep the Home Fires Burning – Part Four: A Soldier Returns . . . is available for pre-order. Search 9781785763595.

Perfect for fans of Call the Midwife, Granchester and Foyles War. If you adore the novels of Nadine Dorries, Diney Costello and Daisy Styles then this is an unmissable series for you.

Publication Date: 21/09/2017
ISBN Ebook: 9781785763588

S. Block

About the author

S. Block, the creator and writer behind the Home Fires TV series watched by over six million viewers, is a BAFTA award-winning writer who's been nominated for the Royal Television Society Awards and the British Comedy Awards. He's worked on TV shows such as New Tricks, Lewis, Wire in the Blood, Hotel Babylon and The Inspector Lynley Mysteries, as well as shows for NBC and ABC. Among other jobs he was an elephant keeper at London Zoo, a London bus driver and is the current director of the North London branch of The Samaritans. Simon was born in London and lives there with his wife and sons.