Thicker Than Water and its sequels take place six years after devastating floods have ravaged England and ruined the country’s infrastructure. The characters in the books are self-sufficient. In the village, they have goats for milk, allotments for vegetables, and a smoke house for fish. They bake their own bread and raise animals for meat. […]
Who is Sarah Evans from Thicker Than Water and Sea of Lies? What motivates her and how does her character develop? Find out in this post.
I’ve been pounding the pavements of London in the name of research – and it’s got me thinking about what it would be like if you had to walk hundreds of miles to find a place of safety.
Catastrophic floods have devastated England and left Meg’s home underwater. She persuades her son Martin to escape by boat. But after he’s gone, she hears voices downstairs. Looters are looking for money – and her gun. Will Meg survive?
If the Thames Barrier failed, over a million homes could be flooded. London’s – and the UK’s – infrastructure would be in pieces. What would this mean for the characters of Thicker Than Water?