Published today is the much anticipated sequel to the well received No Small Stir, A Place And A Name continues the wartime adventures of Major Isaac Trevennel. Set in Cornwall in the spring of 1941, this novel is woven on an historically accurate backdrop with characters and action that bring wartime locations and events to life. Among the nationally strategic sites featured in this book is the work of the Radio Security Service in Cornwall at their wireless intercept station at St Erth, the security of the Cable & Wireless Telegraph Station at Porthcurno and the horror and heroism from the attack on HMS Registan off the coast of Cornwall on the day the Bismarck was sunk. For more detail read the blurb on the cover below. The book is available now on eBay and Amazon - just search for the title.