The Spitfire Girl in the Skies #CoverReveal

Written by Fenella J. Miller

 

My thanks to Victoria Joss of Aria for inviting me to take part in this Cover Reveal. I have to add that, having read the first in this series, I’m very excited to have the second one in my tbr!

 

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The second Spitfire girl novel from bestselling author Fenella J Miller.

The ATA training base, Hampshire, 1940. Ellie Simpson is attached to an Air Transport Auxiliary base in Hampshire. Life as an ATA pilot is tough, but despite the long hours and danger, Ellie can think of nowhere she’d rather be.

Not only does she love flying, but doing important war work, alongside new-found friends, provides a welcome distraction from worrying about loved ones fighting on the front line. Being an ATA girl is definitely exciting, but as Ellie soon finds out wearing the distinctive blue uniform also means putting her life on the line every time she takes to the skies.

It will take friendship and a strength she didn’t know she possessed to hep her country – and those she loves – to survive.

An inspiring story of an incredible girl going above and beyond during World War II.

 

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Meet the Author

 

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Fenella J. Miller was born in the Isle of Man. Her father was a Yorkshire man and her mother the daughter of a Rajah. She has worked as a nanny, cleaner, field worker, hotelier, chef, second and primary teacher and is now a full time writer. She has over thirty eight Regency romantic adventures published plus four Jane Austen variations, three Victorian sagas and seven WW2 family sagas. She lives in a pretty riverside village in Essex with her husband and British Shorthair cat. She has two adult children and three grandchildren.

 

 

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