Beeliar, WA, Australia, November 28, 2017 – Historical fiction author Simon Gandossi is earning well deserved praise for his latest work, “For Beau – The Sarah Ashdown Story”. The story, set in WWII in London, reveals a glorious and unbelievable journey of a brave woman who turned adversity into victory, becoming the most wanted woman in occupied Europe.
Sarah Ashdown is ridden with insurmountable guilt after witnessing the horrible death of a young girl. As Nazi bombs rain down onto London, the night sky is lit up and brave men defy the overwhelming sounds of gunfire and fight back to stay undefeated. Sarah is an ordinary housewife, and the terrifying days and nights can only take her towards her destiny.
“For Beau” shocks and inspires readers with its gritty tale, carrying the passion and desire of Simon to reveal unknown aspects of history. This unique approach to storytelling sets “For Beau” apart from other works of historical fiction.
“I want everyone to take a step back in time when they read my books. Every book should take the reader on a journey. With my dedication to preserving history, I know that each and every person will begin that journey from the very first word,” says Simon.
Born and raised in Western Australia, Simon Gandossi discovered historical fiction at an early age, and has since then contributed to and enriched this ever popular genre. His first work, “Elsa” brought him to professional limelight and made his name familiar, an outcome of hard work that saw him make sacrifices to follow his dream.
“I never was interested in historical fiction until I read ‘Elsa’ and ‘For Beau’. I now have a new found respect for the past. If you love history then you will love this author,” says a recent reader review.
For more information, please visit: www.simongandossi.com