21 March 2007
In the early 1990s, I helped Susan D'Arcy write a book about the loss of her young daughter, Gemma, to leukaemia - a loss for which she blamed the Sellafield nuclear plant in north west England. The book was published in the UK by Bloomsbury in 1995, and translated into six languages. Twelve years on it is not easy to find, though it is still relevant to the arguments over nuclear power. So I am putting it online.
All the sections of Still Fighting for Gemma are available to download as Word documents by clicking on the links below. Or you can download the whole book here (436KB, 204 pages).