Ian Cawley new book cover - titled Radical

Sales of lecturer’s novel support families with autistic children

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All proceeds from the sale of a thriller written by a South Staffordshire College lecturer are going to charities supporting families with autistic children.

Radical, centred around the themes of technology, climate change and politics, is by Ian Cawley, HE lecturer in Film and TV at the Lichfield College site.

Ian Cawley

The storyline involves several murders and a variety of characters who get their just rewards, some more unpleasant than others.

However, one character who is clearly autistic gets his own reward – that of understanding.

One of Ian’s own children was diagnosed as autistic as a teenager, and he now appreciates that a wider understanding of autism would have been beneficial.

Author revenue from book sales will help provide residential breaks and resources for the families.

The book is available for sale on Amazon.

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