• Dogs Darnborough

First author for ASP

ASP is formally announcing that it has agreed, in principle, to publish a novel by the author, Sharif Gemie.

Sharif is a retired Professor of History, living in Newport, South Wales. The novel, title TBA, is a historical fiction set in Europe at the end of World War Two. It centres upon the lead character, Edmund, as he joins the UN care program to help administer a future for the displaced in Germany. He encounters strife, the horrors of war, the horrors of the Final Solution, love and loss.

We hope to publish the novel in the early part of 2022, it will be in both print and e-formats.

We hope Sharif will find success with his novel. There will be regular updates as the process continues.

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