Cover reveal of my forthcoming novel

This is the cover for my sixth novel which is about two people who live in London during the Blitz in WW2. The scene is especially poignant – the empty space was occupied by the nurses’ home at Saint Thomas’s Hospital. The hospital buildings were bombed eight times during WW2, yet they never closed their […]

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And a truly wonderful review from someone known as Nosenabook!

Peter has just seen this wonderful Review on his Amazon page for the e-book Box Set of the “None Stood Taller” series, and if the person who wrote it ever reads this, be assured Peter is very grateful for such kind words. The person signs in as Nosenabook; thank you very much indeed! “” 5.0 […]

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KDP Select All Star

Peter has just been awarded, for the second time, an “Amazon All Stars” award. He sends thanks to all his loyal KDP Select readers. He finds it very rewarding to know that his work is so much appreciated by them, and it is spurring him on to finish his next book! The research and the […]

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Progress on Book Number Six

Hello everybody! Peter is nearing his first editing-read-through of his next book, which is set in the time 1939-1945 and covers the London Blitz apart from a lot else. One of his two main characters is a doctor who works at St Thomas’s Hospital in London, which actually never closed for even one day throughout […]

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“None Stood Taller” and “The Final Year”

These two books by Peter Turnham are among the very best WWII novels I have read. Through the eyes of Lily, a girl from London’s East End, her friends and co-workers, the reader will experience the horrors and triumphs on a personal level. The historical facts blend and are explained through the reactions and emotions […]

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