It’s 1952 and the “Winds of Change” are beginning to blow. African nationalism is gaining strength – unrest and rebellion are in the air. The unscheduled refuelling of the new young Queen’s plane at Entebbe Airport presents the perfect opportunity for a lone assassin. Rosemary is facing her own “Winds of change”. Has she lived too long in the shadow of her District Commissioner husband? Is it time to assert her independence? With the help of Flora, an outcast “soul stealer” sculptress, Rosemary’s life begins to take a new path – a route that leads straight to the would-be royal assassin. Peter Wynn Norris was a policeman, first in the SIB of the Royal Military Police, then in the Hertfordshire Constabulary and finally in Uganda. He has written several prize winning short stories and two of his novels – “A Quiet Night At Entebbe” and “The Long Train” – have been shortlisted for the Crime Writers’ Association’s Debut Dagger.