Ruth McQuillan-Wilson, a Summerland survivor, tells her story, a through vivid and evocative examination of the events. This fresh look at the disaster which befell the Isle of Man's most modern holiday complex in 1973 not only sheds new light, but also uncovers many unanswered questions. Some of these questions, particularly about the suitability of untested modern building materials, have surprising resonance with more recent events. Pages: 128, paperback, size 15cm x 21cm, published 2017.
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