David Carter's New Novel "The Fish Catcher" Released Today.

Christchurch, Dorset United Kingdom (PressExposure) December 07, 2006 -- David Carter's mother was an evacuee, in her case she was moved from the suburbs of Liverpool and placed on the relatively remote Welsh island of Anglesey. As David says...

"When I grew up we were always asking our parents "What did you do in the War?" My mother's answers usually revolved around her experiences of being taken from home and placed with strangers in a rural area where English was not the first language, and the bathroom was two hundred feet down the garden. By the end of the War, my mother was proud to be serving in the Wrens, the Womens' Royal Navy. I guess somewhere there, was the germ of an idea for my book "The Fish Catcher", and certainly I used some of her experiences in it."

The book is set mainly in Devon in the English Westcountry and tells the story of seven girls and two boys, and their new parents. It is a novel for adults and older children. The whole of the first chapter is available to be read NOW on any of the websites featured at the foot of this release.

The book has been produced by TrackerDog Media of Christchurch, England, in association with Lulu.com in the United States, the world's fastest growing provider of print-on-demand books.

About TrackerDog Media

"The Fish Catcher" (ISBN 978-1-84753-930-4) is 230 Pages in length and will soon be available at all good online booksellers. It will also be available through any good bookshop worldwide quoting the ISBN. For further information, and to read the first chapter right now go to [http://www.thefishcatcher.co.uk] or see more information about the writer at [http://www.davidcarter.eu]

TrackerDog Media can be contacted at supalife@aol.com
The book can be obtained in hardcopy or by download TODAY at [http://www.lulu.com/dc] where an extended preview may also be accessed.

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Press Release Submitted On: December 06, 2006 at 11:23 am
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